Bureaucracy and low-level tasks are stopping police from concentrating on investigating crime and dealing with offenders, a chief constable has said.

Bob Quick, head of Surrey Police, said only between 10% and 20% of officers' time was spent on "higher order tasks which are vital to public confidence".
"On average, 30% of officers' time is spent on bureaucracy or clerical work," Surrey Police said in a statement.

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