‘In the past we have seen cases where only selective evidence has been presented – we are putting an end to that’.
DISCLAIMER: This article references suicide and suicidal thoughts. An expose of the effects of trauma and mental health on police officers.
Many disabled police officers face barriers when trying to return to work.
‘Is a full case file really required for the CPS to decide whether to charge a suspect?’
'We have to make sure the spotlight is on the time taken in end-to-end procedures and not just investigations.'
PFEW took the view delegates should be given the opportunity to hear the rationale for any proposed future increase in subscriptions.
What more needs to be done to promote an environment where officers feel empowered to report inappropriate remarks?
This year’s Outstanding Contribution to Women in Policing Award has been presented to a pioneer for Perinatal Mental Health, Sergeant Jennifer Sharpling of the Metropolitan Police Service.
A recent survey of 60,000 police officers revealed that seven out of ten police officers were considering leaving the force because of unfair pay and conditions.
Home Secretary Priti Patel says she hears PFEW’s National Chair Steve Hartshorn’s vehement appeal for fair pay and conditions for all police officers and impressed that it was imperative they both work together.
‘Forces need to step back and look at their own processes and ask themselves, if they were going through that process, how would that make them feel?’
National Chair Steve Hartshorn has called on the Government to stop neglecting police officers.
Experts share same view that more needs to be done to support line mangers as uplift programme continues, raising concerns over attrition rates.
The welfare of officers should be at the forefront of mutual aid operations from the start.