National Chair Steve Hartshorn speaks on the imperative need for better protection, justice, and support for those who protect our communities and sheds light on the pressing need for change. Assaults should never be normalised; they're crimes that need swift justice.
Deputy National Chair Tiff Lynch shares her breast cancer experience and advice for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, running throughout October.
What police forces can do to help improve the mental health of their workforce
Response officer, Sam Wong, discusses the good and the bad in response policing, as experienced first hand, with over 23 years in policing, 11 of those in response.
In light of Response Policing Week, National Board member, Belinda Goodwin discusses her experience as a response officer in the Met.
National Board member, Leigh Godfrey, discusses his experience donating a kidney.
To celebrate volunteers week we talk to Sam Roberts, Learning Specialist at PFEW, former police officer and volunteer police cadet leader to find out why she gives her time to support policing.
As the Government hints at giving more powers to chief officers at police misconduct hearings, PFEW Conduct and Performance Lead Phil Jones discusses their vital role in maintaining an impartial, fair and transparent system for the police and public.
To celebrate Specials Weekend we got in touch with a few familiar faces to discuss their time as Special Constables.
National Wellbeing lead and serving Met officer, Belinda Goodwin, discusses her experience of body armour and why it's about time body armour design was gender specific
NB Board Member and Diversity Lead Paul Matthews talks about the importance of neurodiverse representation within our police force.
Anxiety in the police service is high but we can intervene before we break our officers. National Board member and Wellbeing Lead Sue Honeywill talks about the importance of preventative support for police officers.
National Board member and Professional Development Lead Paul Matthews shares his thoughts on the proposed fourth entry route into policing.
The third blog in the series brings into focus finer aspects of Inspectors' working such as how many hours they need to work in a year, what are Working Time Directive Hours and concerns raised by PFEW Wellbeing and H&S leads.
The second blog in the series looks at rest days for the inspecting ranks. The beginning of the blog may seem straightforward to most, but the message is worth reinforcing. Later in the blog, we will go into more detail about how to better manage the days owed to you.
National Board Member and Learning and Development Lead John Partington kickstarts a blog series to deep dive into the 1994 PNB Agreement which changed the regulations for inspecting ranks affecting their work-life balance.
Chief Inspector Alan Rhees-Cooper of the West Yorkshire Police and Paul Matthews, National Board Member and PFEW Missing Persons Lead, share the national position adopted in respect of agencies and companies categorising at-risk individuals as missing persons.
Sue Honeywill, sergeant, National Board member and chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales' National Women's Group, marks International Women's Day by reflecting back on joining the service, how far its come and what more must be done.
Sam Hawkins, inspector and National Women's Group secretary, opens up about her experience of sexual harassment as a young officer, as we work towards eliminating misogyny in the service.
In a thought-provoking blog, National Chair Steve Hartshorn explores the importance of public support and understanding in order to rebuild trust and help the service thrive.
PFEW National Board member Dave Bamber discusses what striking would mean for policing and the consequences of such action
National Chair Steve Hartshorn responds to NPCC and PSA joining PFEW's call for fair pay.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn's feedback on Axon's new TASER 10.
PFEW Deputy National Chair Tiff Lynch highlights what must be done to help restore faith in the service.
With growing evidence police officers are struggling more than ever with their mental health, Wellbeing Lead Belinda Goodwin speaks frankly about the dire situation, and who the onus is on to make sure officers are being supported before they become too ill to work.