A POLICE officer who rapped frontline cops for trying to jump the Covid jabs queue got hers early.

Insp Tracey McElroy-Baker sent a strongly-worded email after up to 100 arrived at a vaccine centre thinking they could use an online link meant for NHS staff. 

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But Insp McElroy-Baker, 49, had already been one of 42 in the West Midlands force jabbed early when spare doses were offered at a Birmingham hospital. 

Bosses approved it. Her partner is a nurse but there is no suggestion she arranged it. 

However, a source said: “A large number of frontline police officers are making arrests, mixing with the public, but have not been given spares.” 

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