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In other words, voicing the opinion that policing is difficult and tiring is acceptable, but to compare it with the cosy world of academia, is not. Furthermore, to make remarks about any particular difficulties associated with 29 LOUISE WESTMARLAND ‘being a woman’ in such an environment, or to claim special treatment, would be ethnographic suicide. With regard to this I was faced with successfully completing a number of informal initiation tests, the results of which were disseminated to other groups of officers I might encounter.