Christmas and New Year Message for Members from Adam Commons, Chair of Leicestershire Police Federation
It is “absolutely disgusting” that the Crown Prosecution Service has dropped a case where an officer was seriously assaulted and left concussed, Leicestershire Police Federation has said.
Around 50 prospective and new parents - along with a handful of babies - attended a keep-in-touch day at force headquarters last week (21 November).
Leicestershire Police Federation is excited to announce the arrival of our new Welfare Van.
Insisting that all new police officers must study for a degree doesn’t reflect society and is throttling recruitment, Leicestershire Police Federation has said.
Medicash offers Leicestershire Police Federation Medical Scheme members a number of new benefits.
Changing the way police dismissal investigations are run would be a dangerous step backwards, according to Leicestershire Police Federation.
A police driver trainer who was one of the first officers on the scene at 2018’s Leicester helicopter crash has been giving presentations about mental health to new recruits.
Leicestershire Police Federation has paid tribute to former Chief Constable Simon Cole at this year’s National Police Memorial Day.
Prime Minister Liz Truss and Home Secretary Suella Braverman need to “heed the mistakes of their predecessors” and tackle policing issues, the Chairman of Leicestershire Police Federation has said.
There was emotion and humour as police officers who have died on duty were remembered by their family and friends at the Care of Police Survivors (COPS) Annual Service of Remembrance.
This morning (16 August), Leicestershire Police Federation Chair Adam Commons spoke with BBC Radio Leicestershire about demand being placed on the police force following complaints from the local public about how burglary and theft were not being investigated properly.
Update on Flint House access for Leicestershire Police Retired officers from our Chair Adam Commons
The Government announcement today that police officers will get a pay award of £1,900 from 1 September 2022 - immediate reaction from Leicestershire Police Federation Chair Adam Commons.
Adam Commons, Chair of Leicestershire Police Federation, blogs on Police Officer pay.
The 2 day event was held at Amazon’s new premises at East Midlands Parkway and the agenda contained many different areas including CV writing, investment & pension advice, starting your own business, transferring police skills to the private sector and much more.
“I’m really pleased that I’ve been able to get out during Response Policing Week just as I did last year. I’ll always be a response officer through and through, it’s a job I loved doing and is still close to my heart.
Two Leicestershire Police officers who successfully detained a man who was threatening to kill them with a hammer and knife have been nominated for The National Police Bravery Awards.
We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new holiday home available exclusively to members of our Group Insurance scheme.
The Police Federation’s #PayOurPolice campaign is promoting across Social Media how some serving police officers are sadly using food banks, struggling to put the heating on at home or being afford the fuel to get to work - and how some police officers are even having to sofa surf as they can’t afford a place to stay.
Leicestershire Police Federation is very pleased to announce the new Promotion and Further Education Bursary for members - which is now live.
It is with great sadness that Leicestershire Police have this afternoon announced the death of former Chief Constable Simon Cole QPM.
Adam Commons, Chair of Leicestershire Police Federation responds to comments from the new head of Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary, Fire and Rescue Services.
Police officers – subject to a brutal Government pay freeze since 2020 – have reacted with a mixture of astonishment and anger to the news that MPs are being granted a 2.7% pay rise.
The Home Affairs Select Committee published its ‘Police Conduct and Complaints’ report, focusing on the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) this week.
The Police and Crime Commissioner Rupert Matthews is no longer seeking to change the name of ‘Leicestershire Police’ to ‘Leicestershire and Rutland Police’.
A huge 92% of Leicestershire Police officers say they do not currently feel respected by the Government with 42% worrying about their finances every day.
Renaming Leicestershire Police would be a complete waste of resources at a time when the force needs Cops, Tasers and other equipment, the Police Federation has said.
Cuts to the number of dedicated roads policing officers have been linked to a failure to reduce road deaths in the past decade, a new investigation has found.