We spoke with a physiotherapist from The Ben Fund to better understand the impact long term use of body armour has on physical health of officers and why this makes the lighter, third generation body armour a must for all forces.
PFEW urges Government to adopt legally approved legislation amendment which would free up thousands of policing hours nationally.
The Police Federation of England and Wales has assisted a member to successfully claim more than £10,000 in damages from their force for an injury sustained on duty.
Deputy National Chair reacts to the appointment of Rt. Hon. James Cleverly MP as new Home Secretary.
"The amount of operational planning leading up to the event, and the hard work of highly skilled, public order-trained police officers on the frontline, making decisions in the face of unpredictability, truly is impressive."
National Chair Steve Hartshorn appeals to those attending tomorrow’s demonstrations to be peaceful and ensure public safety
PFEW concerned risks could leave the individual or the force exposed and vulnerable.
Findings will serve as crucial pillar in supporting and taking forward ongoing national pay campaign.
Issue covering thought-provoking conversations and keynote speeches from this year’s Police Federation of England and Wales Annual Conference, and more, is out today.
PFEW reacts to decision to reveal identity of firearms officer involved in a fatal shooting
The College of Policing has announced that Police Federation of England and Wales’ Professional Development Lead, Paul Matthews, will be joining its board as a non-executive director.
National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales warns victims will be let down continuously without significant investment from central Government.
Men and women are being urged to speak out about menopause as the Police Federation of England and Wales seeks to improve understanding and support.
Extension of election cycle part of organisational changes to provide the best possible support to reps and members.