Sleep-tracker study finds fatigued officers struggle with investigations

Like many first responders, law-enforcement investigators and detectives often struggle with sleep. Late-night shifts, stress, and the 24-hour nature of crime can throw off biological clocks and cut sleep cycles short. Along with the negative health implications, new research published in Scientific Reports indicates officers who are fatigued have a harder time collecting information that could bring justice to victims.

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