The only national survey which captures members views on pay, conditions and morale launches today, Monday 10 June 2019.
A string of cyber attacks have affected Federation IT systems including this website
Fit For Duty: New Scheme from Leicestershire Police Federation supporting our hard working members return to good health.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced £100 million has been allocated to help forces tackle the surge in knife crime.
Leicestershire Police Federation chair Dave Stokes says it is an insult for the Chancellor to suggest the service needs to ‘prioritise’ better rather than expect more money to tackle the knife crime epidemic.
The Home Office has shown a lack of respect in the way it has handled the pay review process, says Leicestershire Police Federation chair Dave Stokes.
The British Police Symphony Orchestra (BPSO) is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a concert of popular classics at the Royal Albert Hall in May.
More police officers and increased use of stop and search would help tackle the knife crime epidemic, according to Leicestershire Police Federation chair Dave Stokes.
Workplace representative Joe Lloyd has taken on a wellbeing lead role within Leicestershire Police Federation.
Leicestershire Police Federation chair Dave Stokes has praised the national Federation chair for challenging the human rights organisation Liberty over ‘ill-informed’ comments on spit guards.
Nine out of 10 Leicestershire Police Federation members who took part in a national survey on demand, capacity and welfare said they felt there were not enough officers to do the job properly.
The Police Federation is seeking a three-year pay deal for officers with a five per cent uplift in each year.
The next phase of the national Federation’s Did You Know? campaign focuses on issues relating to performance.
For a small monthly subscription, police officers and staff can sign up for all the benefits of the Force Benevolent Fund.
Leicestershire Police Federation workplace representative Kev Marsh has welcomed the fact that this year’s national roads police conference had a central theme of officer welfare.
Having fewer officers on the streets is one key factor in an increase in knife crime, says Leicestershire Police Federation chair Dave Stokes.
The latest instalment of the Federation’s Did You Know? campaign focuses on rest day entitlements.
This year’s National Police Memorial Day service will be held in Glasgow and Federation members are invited to attend.
The Government’s failure to change legislation to recognise police driver training is leaving officers vulnerable to prosecution even though they are using their training to do the job of protecting the public, national Federation chair John Apter has argued.
All the latest developments and issues in roads policing will be up for discussion as the county hosts the Police Federation’s annual roads policing conference.
Leicestershire is one of two forces in the East Midlands region to experience a slight decrease in officer numbers over the last year.
Murder and manslaughter are at their highest levels for 12 years, new crime statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have shown.
The Police Federation has issued a briefing paper in response to the latest Court of Appeal ruling on the judges’ and firefighters’ pension challenges.
The Police Federation’s application to lodge a Judicial Review over the Government’s failure to fully implement the pay review body’s recommendation on officers’ pay increase in 2018 has been accepted.
Assaults on police officers and staff will not be tolerated, the chair of Leicestershire Police Federation has stressed.
A Home Office review into police use of firearms fails to address officers’ concerns around being protected from lengthy and damaging investigations, according to Leicestershire Police Federation chair Dave Stokes.
Police Federation chair Dave Stokes has welcomed a judge’s decision to jail a man who tried to throw a Leicestershire police officer from a third floor balcony for 11 months.
Leicestershire chair Dave Stokes says the Police Federation can be proud of its achievements as it celebrates its 100th birthday.
More people have reported they are satisfied with their local police, according to research carried out by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS).
Dave Stokes, chair of Leicestershire Police Federation updates regarding the police pension challenge