Security staff made fake 999 calls to hit targets

Security staff made fake 999 calls to hit targets

Police employees under multinational security services company G4S have been suspended after making fake calls to 999 to improve performance ratings.

The former employees, based in Lincolnshire made more than 600 “test calls” to improve performance ratings - "answering 92% of calls within 10 seconds or less," The Guardian reports.

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