Post Incident Procedures (PIPs) Seminar
Post Incident Procedures
Post Incident Procedures (PIPs) carry so much importance in the worlds of firearms and operational policing, such is the nature of any incident classified as a death or serious injury.
It is essential that Post Incident Managers, Federation representatives, solicitors and other stakeholders, have access to the latest learning and thinking, as well as hearing first hand accounts from practitioners and from experts in their field.
This year's Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) PIPs seminar took place on Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 October in Leicestershire, and the agenda covered perception/distortion, anonymity, the physiology of restraint, video and a presentation from Staffordshire Police about a pursuit incident which resulted in a road traffic collision involving members of the public.
View the agenda and the speaker profile.
Below are headlines and a selection of photos from the 2018 event.
Carewyn Ash from Detention Metrics presents digital handcuff
Tim Coolican on 'applying for anonymity - processes and pitfalls'
PFEW Chair John Apter and Tiff Lynch try out VIPER situational judgement technology
Police restraint scenario
Police restraint demo - heart rate and oxygen levels monitored in real time
'Offender' handcuffed during police restraint demo
PFEW Chair John Apter addresses delegates on day two
PIPs 2018 hears about the reality of digital handcuffs
Che Donald welcomes delegates to day two
Scottish Police Federation Vice-Chair David Hamilton
Dr Meng Aw-Yong spoke with delegates on the physiology of restraint
Cath Hall, IOPC, took part in the panel discussion on IOPC Statutory Guidance and the College of Policing APP on PIPs
Steve Taylor from Essex Police Federation asks a question
Jess Miller from the Police Dependants' Trust (PDT)
David Ibbott from Wiltshire Police Federation asks a question
Tim Coolican, Slater and Gordon
Panel discussion involving a police officer, Fed rep, solicitor and PIM, based on RTC in Staffordshire
VIPER situational judgement exercise
Situational judgement exercise
Questions posed at PIPs 2018
Fascinating sessions at PIPs 2018
DCC Simon Chesterman gives an overview of PIP and armed policing
Standing room only at PIPS 2018
Tony Collier and Rob Goodwin from Staffordshire Police share their experiences post RTC - feeling like a suspect and not a witness
DCC Chesterman gives and overview of PIP and armed policing
PFEW's Che Donald welcomes delegates