National Chair Steve Hartshorn responds to HMICFRS report on burglary, robbery and theft investigation failings.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn presents solid data to counter the Government's claim of this year's pay award being a "wider support for the cost of living".
Police Federation and families of fallen officers continue to lobby Home Office for post-humous medal.
West Midlands Police are currently undertaking the biggest operation in the history of the force, as the Commonwealth Games gets underway.
A week on from the Government pay award announcement, National Chair Steve Hartshorn speaks on the anger and frustration of those officers who feel undervalued, disheartened and let down.
“As the undisputed voice of policing we believe everyone should be represented fairly in all that they do for policing, it is an incredibly positive step forward that special constables now have the option to receive the same protection, support, and representation as their full-time colleagues."
Concerns raised over the support provided by some of the forces to special constables in becoming Federation members.
Pay campaign sees results but ultimately the real-terms pay cut remains and we will work to seek a fair rise for all members.
Presently policing is in crisis in our country and the Government must step up.
Forces have a duty of care, and a legal obligation to protect their employees’ health.
Off duty Police Constable Steven Denniss has won the prestigious overall national award at the Police Bravery Awards 2022.
PC Sean Burridge was presented with the accolade by National Chair Steve Hartshorn at the National Police Bravery Awards ceremony.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn reminds the Government of its promises and police sacrifices.