Danni Threader, Conduct & Wellbeing Officer at Gwent Police Federation, speaks from experience when she helps members deal with issues
In a new blog for World Wellbeing Week, PFEW National Board Lead for Operational Policing, Steve Hartshorn, shares why the Federation is urging you to go Back to Basics with your body armour.
Chair of PFEW’s BAME and Belief Group Paul Odle reflects on the use of stop and search tactics
To mark Volunteers Week, PFEW Special Constabulary Lead Dave Bamber celebrates the work of our devoted Specials
For Mental Health Awareness Week, Kaj Bartlett explains how her mental health struggles, and the approaches to recovery she took, have made her a better police officer and Rep.
Former Met Commander John Sutherland shares his personal experience of battling a mental health crisis leading to ill-health retirement and what he has learnt during his recovery.
PFEW Wellbeing Chair Hayley Aley marks Mental Health Awareness Week by focusing on the toll of the Covid-19 pandemic
National Chair, John Apter explains how it’s the small things that can often make the most difference.
As Stress Awareness Month draws to a close, PC Adam Bryan, Federation Rep for Derbyshire Police, is sharing his story of how he turned to alcohol to combat stress.
As part of Stress Awareness Month, PC Claire Bond reflects on the emotional and mental stress left behind by an assault on duty.
As part of Stress Awareness Month, we are sharing some of the different support avenues that are available to our members.
Avon & Somerset Inspector explains why he’s open about his diagnosis as autistic
Chair of Lincolnshire Police Federation Phil Clark explains how his personal experience of poor mental health has helped Federation members
National Chair John Apter reflects on the pressures of policing the past year ahead of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions