Increase in Reps from minority backgrounds, but Vice Chair tells NBPA Conference there is much more to do
As part of October’s Black History Month, we share the story of Britain’s first black police officer, John Kent
National Chair John Apter has announced that he will not be standing for re-election in the upcoming National Chair elections.
Forces reminded of legal duty on World Menopause Day.
Dedicated officer continues to make a positive change for the benefit of policing
BackCare Awareness Week 2021 is the perfect opportunity to tackle pain issues and make small adjustments at home and at the workplace
PFEW calls for urgent action to address major flaws in training system amid uplift programme
To mark the start of Black History Month, PC Richard Gayle has shared his personal story of being a young, Black police officer in the UK’s busiest police service, and his hopes to encourage more Black people to join the police.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, two formidable police officers are sharing their breast cancer journeys and why it is so important to be checking your bodies for signs and symptoms.
Our thoughts remain entirely with Sarah’s family and friends, today and always.
PFEW Roads Policing Lead Gemma Fox says there is more to a career in roads policing than meets the eye
Forensic toxicology requests in relation to roads policing essentially deals with just two drugs and the majority involves cocaine and cannabis.
NPCC lead gives update on how PFEW member’s views will be used in roads policing review response