The Motor Source ESFL final matches will be played on Sunday 4 June at Broadhurst Stadium, home of FC United of Manchester, welcoming thousands of teams’ supporters, and members of the local communities in and around Manchester.
PFEW responds to the proposed Police Reform (Performance and Disciplinary) Bill drafted by the Mayor of London.
On the 27 of April the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) held its second Special Constabulary webinar.
National Board member and Devon and Cornwall Sergeant Sue Honeywill recently visited her local police station in Bodmin to speak to members about the pressures of the job and get involved with frontline duties after being off for a period of time recovering from an injury sustained on shift.
The Police Federation of England and Wales’ Welfare Support Programme has been a lifeline for hundreds of police officers and their families who are going through life-changing circumstances.
A detailed look at the police uplift programme to better understand the honesty of the government numbers and claims of success.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn and Deputy Chair Tiffany Lynch proudly reflect on the commitment and contribution of the police towards the Coronation of King Charles III.
Through the Police Uplift Programme the Government has effectively backfilled the cut in officer numbers after 2010.
PC awarded payout following a successful personal injury claim funded by the Police Federation of England and Wales.
Professional development days will help PFEW understand how it can support its reps so they can continue to help officers in their time of need.
The PFEW calls upon the NPCC and the College to apply its original proposal for a new non-degree entry route accredited to educational Level 6.
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PFEW welcomes the Government’s response to the consultation on SCAPE discount rate updating the Police Pension Scheme 1987.
Last night the PFEW hosted its first webinar dedicated to special constables, hosted by Special Chief Inspector Laura Hart from Merseyside Police.
We discuss the new Target Fatigue initiative and the assets that officers can find under the online Target Fatigue support pages
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.
This month we conducted the first-ever Religions and Beliefs event, where members provided valuable insights into their studying faiths.
Branch Secretary Garry Smith works with senior leaders of the special constabulary to address increased cost of living.
The successful personal injury claim was funded by the Federation and pursued by Setfords.
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David Carrick has been sentenced to 36 life sentences with a minimum of 30 years, 269 days to be served.
The uplift programme currently sits at 16,700 out of the 20,000 promised by the Government and with two months to go until the end of the target period.
Traffic officer PC Dan Stoppard spotlights how the erosion in pay and conditions him and his colleagues have faced, including the removal of special priority payments, makes him feel devalued.
PFEW will hold police employers to account and reminds them of their legal obligations to treat employees with dignity, consideration and understanding.
Today [18 January] the Home Affairs Select Committee held an in-person session to continue their inquiry into policing priorities.
PC David Bowley, father to two boys, says he has been left with no option but to delve into years’ worth of savings that were meant for his children’s future, and does not think pay fairly represents the risks officers face each day.
The Government must listen and not ignore the needs of the service because our officers do not have the right to strike.
Future of the police service ‘rests on a knife edge’ as thousands of disillusioned rank and file police officers respond to the latest Pay and Morale Survey.
Police Federation joint campaign for new post-humous medal gains more cross-party support.
Police officers will receive an additional ‘bar’ when they reach 30 years’ service and a second bar for 40 years’ service.