12 October 2022
The 2022 Pay and Morale Survey closing date has been extended until Monday 17 October, meaning there is still plenty of time for you to have your say on pay and conditions.
The findings will provide strategically important evidence to support our ongoing national pay campaign, calling for fair remuneration for police officers, and an independent pay mechanism.
The data collated from the survey will also enable PFEW to evidence the realities of policing to members of the public, key stakeholders and the Government to drive forward other member-focused campaigns, including our input on the Police Covenant.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn said: “We would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to share their views and would encourage those who have not yet had an opportunity to respond to help us make a difference.
“We appreciate these questions take time to fill in, but it is really important you complete this year’s Pay and Morale Survey when you have a moment to spare so we can get a timely, accurate insight into what our members are experiencing right now during the cost-of-living crisis, and the ins and outs of what is actually happening out there.
“This statistical information will allow us to compile compelling, evidence-based submissions so we can negotiate with the Government and key stakeholders, such as the National Police Chiefs’ Council and the College of Policing, when we are looking for their support to improve your pay and conditions.”
The link will remain live and accessible until Monday 17 October, midnight.
If you experience any technical issues filling in the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.