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Honours list recognises contributions of heroes during pandemic year including 18 new QPMs
National Conference roundtable discussed the appalling levels of assaults on officers and the importance of reporting these
Roundtable session heard a wide range of views and looked at progress of Pension Remedy
Lord Nick Herbert hosted a lively Q&A with Federation reps and members at our Conference today
An Axon representative joined PFEW’s John Apter to discuss how technology can make officers safer
Mutual Aid roundtable agrees that past lessons will benefit members for many years to come
Time limits on how long complaints against a police officer can be investigated has been robustly debated at the Police Federation’s annual conference
Frontline officers spoke about the pressures of their role as part of our wellbeing discussions at conference
Distinguished documentary maker says challenging ‘norm’ within policing is key to improving equality
Avon and Somerset’s chief constable recalled the toppling of the Edward Colston statue in a discussion about policing protests
“Ultilise the Roads Policing Forum and your reps as we have the ability to take your concerns directly to chiefs.”
Federation urges Home Office to consider bill amendment
Challenge of training in the pandemic is recognised but new recruits are ready to step up to the mark
BAFTA Award-winning broadcaster and professor explains how the police service can tackle inequality
Conference heard how high workloads, stress and lost pay had contributed to a crisis in Detective numbers
Robert Rinder calls for fresh approach as former BBC journalist says: ‘I honestly don’t think people are looking at anti-police stories’
Conference session highlights the work that still needs to be done for equality
Lead lawyer on Criminal Police Misconduct and PFEW Lead for PIP discuss a recent use of force ruling
“We have to realise how powerful we can be when we come together with a united front”
“The pressure of being under investigation by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) for a protracted period is immeasurable.”
Daring feats of heroism were proudly showcased at the Police Federation of England and Wales’s (PFEW’s) virtual annual conference.
CI Sharon Baker from Avon & Somerset Police recognised for sharing her own experience of domestic abuse to help others
Priti Patel heaped praise on police officers while stressing the Government is backing men and women in uniform
Influential panel members clash at PFEW Conference over Government response to Covid pandemic and frequent changes to Covid regulations
Assaults on officers and access to vaccine at the centre of National Chair John Apter’s keynote Conference speech
Prime Minister Boris Johnson gives keynote speech at Annual Conference
PFEW's Vice-Chair spoke to Policing Insight on the impact of COVID-19
John Apter responds to crime figures which show a 26 per cent rise in assaults against emergency workers
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Judges and magistrates will have specific guidance for sentencing offences of assault on emergency workers, thanks to Federation lobbying
PFEW and IOPC hope the initiative will break down barriers and result in fairer investigations into alleged misconduct
National Chair John Apter has written an emotional open letter to police colleagues and members of the public, reflecting on a challenging year of policing during a pandemic.
Oscar Kilo Lead and former Chief Constable Andy Rhodes speaks out about his own challenges and reassures officers ‘it’s ok not to be ok’.
It is vital officers with long Covid are supported mentally as new research reveals brain disorders impact on 1 in 3 Covid survivors.
With more members rightly seeking the help they need, force support services either need additional funding or restructuring.
PFEW Wellbeing Chair Hayley Aley asks former chief and National Police Wellbeing Service Lead Andy Rhodes about what more needs to be done.
This year sees the return of our Annual Conference over a two day virtual event
John Apter calls on football pundits, clubs and players who are supporting Manchester protests to condemn the violence
Police uplift figures show forces are more diverse than ever - but more still needs to be done to counter austerity cuts
PFEW urges employers to take full advantage of National Insurance exemption rules to bring more life experience into policing
Government urged to present evidence that Remedy will not cause further discrimination
Shocking scenes show officers bleeding as crowds hurl missiles at them
Officers “rose to the challenge with dedication and commitment”
National Chair reacts to the death of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh
Read the latest policing news and inspirational stories directly from the frontline
In two compelling videos, we chat with colleagues about their personal experience of autism and coping strategies.
Findings reflect effectiveness of capturing assault and hate crime evidence on camera
Wellbeing Lead introduces Stress Awareness Month to members in a short video message.
National Chair John Apter reacts to findings of review into policing of vigil for Sarah Everard
National Chair wants Government to issue clearer guidelines for police and avoid more lockdown frustration and confusion
PFEW Chair joins Home Secretary on flagship BBC programme & admits: ‘colleagues are feeling very vulnerable’
Chair backs College consultation process and will ensure members’ voices are heard
Those who criticise police officers must try to put themselves in their shoes, says National Chair
For the first time in over 200 years, Specials will be fully protected and supported by Fed
Home Affairs Select Committee evidence supports our campaign to ensure fairness for members
The Home Secretary has paid tribute to “constructive” relations with PFEW and our National Chair John Apter
Simon Kempton looks back at impact of Covid-19 and praises the fantastic work done by Reps and members
Clapham Common vigil for Sarah Everard highlights the challenges of policing during a pandemic.
National Chair John Apter reflects on an extraordinary achievement for the Federation
Bill establishes legally enshrined Police Covenant, safeguarding officers involved in driving incidents, and permits Specials to join Federation
PFEW Chair discusses how we tackle inequality with Fed reps while our Women’s group vice-chair focuses on the flexible working debate
Police Federation hits out after police officers refused priority access to vaccine by JCVI
Lockdown breaches are high risk to officers' health and show need for vaccine
Chair defends right to legally protest but wants clearer regulations to protect colleagues.
PFEW survey reveals only 1 in 10 rank and file police officers feel COVID-19 legislation clear
New Bill offers a chance to address a long-standing unfairness against police
John Apter made the case for police to receive the Covid vaccine in an LBC interview today
All 43 branches united in calling for urgent prioritisation of police officers
Statement regarding Government's response to pension consultation
Startling PFEW research has estimated the eyewatering costs
Fed survey reveals need for more time & resources so sergeants can effectively support recruits
PFEW submits annual pay recommendations to Police Remuneration Review Body
2023 uplift target will 'only gets us back to where we were a few years ago'
Survey reveals major health impact of policing the pandemic
PFEW Conduct and Performance Chair gives evidence to MPs as part of IOPC inquiry
'Those who commit these attacks must spend time in prison' - National Chair
PFEW takes ‘Time Limits’ campaign directly to MPs
Lord Herbert has been appointed Chair of the College of Policing Board
John Apter welcomes extension on 28-day time limit but says previous PFEW warnings were ignored
Rise in assaults on emergency workers is condemned by National Chair
National Chair tells Telegraph: ‘If Covid-19 continues to spread, we won't be able to police in the way we want to’