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Graduates to start detective work in 12 weeks.

Graduates to start detective work in 12 weeks.

Graduates can become detectives "in a matter of months" with the help of a new fast-track training programme.

The 12-week scheme is being developed in response to a shortfall of 5,000 investigators across England and Wales.

Recruits will begin working on cases within three months but receive training over a two-year period.

Police Federation secretary Karen Stephens described the programme as "an insult to the experienced hard-working detectives".

The government has set aside £350,000 for the new detective entry programme, which will focus on problem-solving, crime prevention and safeguarding.

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