A senior backbench MP has called for a change in the law to prevent police and other blue light workers from being prosecuted for responding to emergencies.
Constables, sergeants, inspectors and chief inspectors are being encouraged to put themselves forward for the chance to represent their colleagues on key issues. Nominees are being sought at upcoming elections for positions within Leicestershire Police Federation.
The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) is undergoing a series of legal changes to modernise the way it works.
Leicestershire Police Federation chairman Tiff Lynch says there is unease over the latest moves towards the annual review of police officer pay.
The Force has been graded as "good" in a PEEL review by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS).
The West Midlands Black and Asian Police Association (BAPA) is asking for three minutes of your time - to potentially help save the life of someone with leukaemia.
Leicestershire Police Federation chairman Tiff Lynch is urging local MPs to back a new bill which seeks a change in the law for police response drivers.
The December edition of Leicestershire Police Federation's Upbeat magazine is now out and available to view or download. Printed copies will be circulated around the Force.
Almost three quarters of the Force's detectives believe their workload was either too high or much too high.
Leicestershire Police Federation chairman Tiff Lynch has expressed her condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of a Thames Valley PC who died in a motorbike accident while on duty.
A larger than life figure from Leicestershire Police has had a memorial unveiled in his honour. PC John 'Tubby' Stephens weighed in at 24 stone 3lbs (154kgs) when serving as a member of the Force during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
"There are just not enough of us to go around” says Fed chairman
Calum Macleod has been elected as the national chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
Leicestershire has been found to require improvement in all three areas of an efficiency inspection by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS).
Extra funding is needed if the additional training needs identified in a review of death in custody are to be addressed, according to the Federation's national custody lead.
A former chief constable has been appointed as the new chief executive of the College of Policing.
Tickets are now on sale for the British Police Symphony Orchestra's Proms Night Spectacular at the Birmingham Symphony Hall.
New guidance on misconduct hearings published by the College of Policing is too loaded towards the dismissal of officers, according to the Federation's national conduct lead.
Officers in Post Incident Procedure (PIP) situations are often being required to give their account of what happened "too soon" without allowing the brain sufficient time and rest to process, according to a neuropsychology expert.
MPs have supported a new bill that will bring better protection for police officers and emergency service workers.
The Government must re-invest in policing to halt an increase in crime, according to the chairman of Leicestershire Police Federation.
A Leicestershire detective picked up a national award at this year's Police Federation of England and Wales National Detectives' Forum awards night.
The second reading of the private members’ bill that will introduce tougher sentences for those who assault the police and other emergency service workers will go ahead on Friday.
Police leaders and the Government must do more to tackle a seemingly unstoppable crisis in detective policing as morale hits rock bottom.
A national template for a new nine-point stress plan which aims to help forces better prioritise officer wellbeing has been launched by the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW)
Leicestershire's Austin Jackson was among the officers honoured at this year's National Police Memorial Day service held at St David's Hall in Cardiff yesterday.
The Prime Minister has been urged to tell the public the truth about crime figures, police numbers, the "extra officers" she is pledging, the "extra money" the Government has agreed to pay police officers and where that money will really come from.
Two thirds of officers don't want to be routinely armed, according to the results of the latest Police Federation of England and Wales survey on the issue.
Leicestershire Police Federation is urging people to sign an online petition calling for improved protection for police officers and other emergency service workers.
Police officers are to get a two per cent pay rise, after the Government eased its one per cent cap on public sector pay rises.
A stalemate between the Home Office and forces means officers in the Police Pension Scheme 1987 will lose out financially if they retire when they have between 25 and 30 years' service.
The September edition of Leicestershire Police Federation's Upbeat magazine is now out and available to view or download. Printed copies will be circulated around the Force.
The Police Federation's National Detectives’ Forum is urging all detectives to take part in its latest survey.
Two thirds (66.4 per cent) of Leicestershire officers who took part in a national Police Federation survey on pay and morale reported that their workload was too high, meaning the Force ranks ninth out of 43 forces for this indicator.
Leicestershire Police officers are set to be issued with spit and bite guards following a successful campaign by the Force’s Police Federation branch.