90 days from today is Thu, 29 February 2024
Members of the PFEW’s National Council are united in their approach to ballot the membership.
Home Secretary fails to sign off new award for fallen officers
Day two of conference will feature speeches by PFEW chair Steve Hartshorn and Home Secretary Suella Braverman
Consistency, better pay and additional funding among the hot topics of discussion during day one of Annual Conference 2023.
The secretary of the PFEW who represents Wales on the national board says he wouldn’t join the police if he had his time again.
Register now to be part of the discussions on some of the biggest issues affecting policing
The Police Federation of England Wales annual conference will be taking place online on October 10 and 11.
Calls for officers killed on duty to be honoured with a posthumous medal.
Isabelle and Ross were among the first to attend the scene of a dog attack in Caerphilly
This year was the 20th anniversary of the National Police Memorial Day.
The National Police Memorial Day never loses its significance
Matthew Candy urges the Westminster government to introduce an Elizabeth Medal
The outstanding bravery of sergeants Isabelle Coulson and Ross Phillips will be recognised
Chief Constable explains what National Police Memorial Day means to her
A statement from the secretary of Gwent Police Federation
A joint statement from the Chair and Secretary of Gwent Police Federation
Response policing week of action begins on Monday 26 June – a week celebrating response policing
Force urged to invest in latest gender-specific 3G body armour
Annual service to be held in Cardiff this year
Gwent officers urged to give their views on wellbeing support
Counselling service launched by Oscar Kilo and Just 'B'
Government hails recruitment success but Police Federation warns of misleading figures
Tiff Lynch tells her inspiring story
Gwent branch chair backs Sir Mark Rowley over pay rise calls
Police Federation welcomes findings of uplift survey
Police Uplift Programme figures shows headcount increase for Gwent
Federation national deputy chair appears on BBC Breakfast
Home Secretary contacts the College of Policing
Don’t suffer in silence. That’s the message from Gwent Police Federation chair Matthew Candy for members who are struggling with their emotional and mental health.
Gwent Federation branch chair Matthew Candy has backed plans for a digital memorial website for police officers who are killed in the line of duty.
The chair of Gwent Police Federation is encouraging officers going the menopause to seek support managing their symptoms.
An ‘honoured and shocked’ Gwent cop who has been featured on a mural painted by a local artist says his passion for policing was driven by his determination to build bridges with the local community.
Gwent Police Federation chair Matthew Candy has paid tribute to PC Steven Jenkins on the sixth anniversary of his death.
Federation backs Sir Peter Fahy's call for Government to reduce police workload
Gwent Police Federation chair Matthew Candy says the National Police Memorial Day is one of the key events on the policing calendar.
Gwent Police Federation members who took part in Operation London Bridge after the death of the Queen have received a message of thanks from the county's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Gwent Police Federation chair Matthew Candy says evidence gathered in the national Federaton’s annual pay and morale survey will play a vital part in its campaign for fairer pay.
The Police Federation’s annual pay and morale survey has now been launched, and Gwent Police Federation chair Matthew Candy is urging as many members as possible to complete it.
Gwent Police Federation members are being urged to complete this year’s pay and morale survey.
This year’s Care of Police Survivors (COPS) Service of Remembrance took place on Sunday at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, with the theme of families supporting one another to heal at its heart.