Ex-Cops Being Pulled Out of Retirement to Enforce Austrian COVID Rules

Ex-Cops Being Pulled Out of Retirement to Enforce Austrian COVID Rules


Ex-officers up to 70 years of age are being pulled out of retirement in Upper-Austria to help enforce national lockdown rules in the province.

Previously retired officers up to 70 years of age have been asked to return to active service in order to help enforce lockdown rules in the province.

The state police department — under the instruction of Governor Thomas Stelzer — wrote to around 700 officers late last year to request they return to active duty.

While those who accept the request will not be given a police uniform, according to a report by Kronen Zeitung, they will be considered to be in active service, and are to be deployed for 39 hours per week.

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