PFEW Pay and Morale Survey: "Leicestershire Police has a determination to lift morale within force"
72% of Leicestershire Police officers who responded to the Police Federation of England and Wales Pay and Morale survey are dissatisfied with their pay – and nearly half (49%) said they have low morale.
Leicestershire officer attends Remembrance Festival at the Royal Albert Hall
PC Karl Turner was among a contingency of emergency service staff lucky enough to attend the Remembrance Festival at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday.
Federation Chairman reacts to news that the IOPC are set to be examined by the Home Affairs Select Committee
Leicestershire Police Federation Chairman Dave Stokes reacts to the news that The Home Affairs Select Committee is to "examine the role and remit of the Independent Office for Police Conduct."
Post-Incident Procedure is a vital part of giving officers the support the require, says Federation
Post-Incident Procedures are a vital part of supporting officers in the aftermath of traumatic incidents, says Leicestershire Police Federation.
A pensions update from the Police Federation of England and Wales
Following a meeting of the Police Pensions Forum last week, the seven staff associations who represent police officers throughout the United Kingdom have applied to be an interested party to the Employment Tribunal tasked with determining the remedy to the discrimination caused by the transitional protections introduced in the CARE 2015 pensions scheme.