Police Federation of England and Wales National Chair Steve Hartshorn responds to Baroness Casey’s independent review.
Last week the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) was invited to take part in a week-long feature on Talk TV to discuss the various roles within policing with presenter Ian Collins.
Student PC Charlotte Lancaster is passionate about policing, but feels demoralised as she is left juggling a business on the side with working and studying, to help pay the bills and afford fuel for commuting and visiting her family.
National chair Steve Hartshorn reflects on the recent SMF research and how it bolsters our Fair Pay Campaign and the submissions of the NPCC and PSA to the Government on the state of police pay.
Independent research by Social Market Foundation reveals police pay has fallen almost 20 per cent in real terms since 2000 prompting PFEW to call for 17 per cent pay rise in 2023.
PFEW writes to PRRB enumerating reasons for its inability to return to the pay review process in its current state.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn reacts to FBU members agreeing to a pay settlement.
National Chair, Steve Hartshorn, comments on the recent leaked texts from Matt Hancock
New data has revealed concerningly low promotion success rates for police officers aspiring to take the next steps in their careers.
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 and Deputy National Chair Tiffany Lynch react to Sir Mark Rowley's call for a police officer pay award that takes account of the current rate of inflation.
A new maternity guide and calculator is now available for our members to ensure they get the right information about entitlements and pay.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn responds to Shadow Home Secretary’s proposals to put an extra 13,000 neighbourhood police officers and police community support officers back on the streets.