Culture change across the entire service is desperately needed, as police officers, police staff and the public who are victims of discriminatory behaviour are being failed nationwide, not just in the Metropolitan Police Service.
The huge drop in police pay is a stark reminder of how policing is treated differently to other public sectors, Gloucestershire Police Federation has said.
Female Federation Representatives are encouraged to the 'Female Leadership within the Federation' event on the 8th March 2023.
Warren & Co are holding Mortgage Surgeries around Gloucestershire stations throughout 2023.
A shocking 87% of Gloucestershire Police officers feel worse off financially than they were five years ago, new research has found.
The thin blue line is broken along with the police officers holding it, a grim Channel 4 Dispatches programme has demonstrated.
PFEW Chair Steve Hartshorn provides a response for requests for Police Officers to cover striking ambulance staff
National Detective Forum Conference update from 16th November 2022 by DS Andy Houghton
Following the Police Federation National Detective Forum 'Simplify DG6' Campaign and support from National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), Joint Principles have been developed by the CPS and the NPCC Disclosure portfolio setting out their joint position on how police officers and prosecutors should approach data protection responsibilities.
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Police Federation Chair responds to Government's pledge for Police to attend all Burglaries
Federation Chair Steve Hartshorn reacts to Government pledge to introduce 'Police League Tables'
Gloucestershire Police Federation Secretary Ian White attended this year’s National Police Memorial Day service in Belfast on 25 September to pay tribute to fallen officers.
Police Money Matters (PMM), on behalf of Gloucestershire Police Federation, provides retirement seminars to officers who are approaching retirement.
Police Officers who have died on duty were remembered by their family and friends at the Care of Police Survivors (COPS) Annual Service of Remembrance.
Gloucestershire Police Federation Chair Steve James responds to Government Pay Award
Gloucestershire Federation Chair discloses recent struggles for Officers being reliant on food vouchers
Gloucestershire Police Federation Representatives attended the Police Federation National Conference between 17th - 19th May 2022.
Police Money Matters (PMM) are hosting a Police Pension Remedy Webinar on Tuesday 17th May 2022.
The new National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales says he will continue to fight for increased pay and improved conditions of service for the Federation’s 130,000-plus membership.
The new National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales has been announced today as Metropolitan Police Officer Steve Hartshorn.
A new in-depth set of pension FAQs have been created by PFEW to assist members in understanding the current status of the pension remedy.
Gloucestershire Council support motion for purchasing a Welfare Van for its members
A PFEW survey of over 6,000 detectives has illustrated the need for a fundamental review of the January 2021 changes to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) Director’s Guidance on Charging.
Police officers – subject to a brutal Government pay freeze since 2020 – have reacted with a mixture of astonishment and anger to the news that MPs are being granted a 2.7% pay rise.
Following the news of a pay freeze for police officers in November 2020, PFEW launched a national campaign on behalf of members with the aim to reset police-Government relations and fight for a fairer pay system
X-Emergency Services (X-ES) are delighted to continue to provide Career Transition Courses to Police leavers from Gloucestershire Constabulary. If you are approaching retirement or considering a new career this course will interest you.
The PFEW Demand, Capacity and Welfare Survey of 2020 indicated that officers are often working long hours with limited access to rest and recuperation
DI Ainslie courageously jumped into a fast-flowing river in the dark to save a vulnerable teen’s life.
Celebrating two Officers at the recent National Police Bravery Awards in London