It's a fictitious job that lasted nearly fourteen years, with a number of benefits. For more than a month, Commander Luc L., head of CRS 4, has been on sick leave. But for his men, that shouldn't change anything. Since 2009 when he took up his position, Luc L. has been absent from his company. This is what points to an internal report of the Central Directorate of CRS (DCCRS), written by the deputy director of the CRS inspection, to which Le Parisien-Aujourd'hui en France had access. This vitriolic relationship thus dissects the astonishing professional mistakes of this commander and the overall dysfunction of the CRS 4.
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