90 days from today is Sun, 24 October 2021

Kent Police Federation

What We Stand For

Aims & objectives

The Police Federation of England and Wales has a statutory obligation to ensure that the views of our members are accurately relayed to government, opinion formers and key stakeholders. To ensure this we measure the work we do and what we seek to achieve against our organisational aims and objectives.


Represent and support

Aim: To represent and promote the interests and welfare of our members, and to support colleagues to achieve the required professional standards.

We do this by:

  • meeting our statutory responsibilities
  • representing our members’ interests in matters of discipline, diversity, health and safety, welfare, pensions, claims and member services and many other issues
  • ensuring that representatives have the required skills and abilities to fulfil their role and meet their statutory responsibilities
  • providing national and local representation to ensure that our members receive appropriate training to deliver a professional police service.



Aim: To influence internal and external decision makers at local and national levels on matters affecting our members and the police service.

We do this by:

  • providing clear leadership locally and nationally on issues affecting the membership
  • listening to and reflecting issues concerning our members 
  • maintaining an effective communications strategy
  • engaging with all internal and external stakeholders and decision makers
  • putting evidence-based information in the hands of decision makers.


Aim: To maintain and improve the conditions of service and pay of our members.

We do this by:

  • actively participating in national, force and local negotiations
  • negotiating collectively and on behalf of individual members 
  • using evidence-based information in our business practices.