Police Federation of England and Wales National Chair Steve Hartshorn responds to Part 1 report of the Angiolini Inquiry.
Fiancé of officer with potentially life-changing injuries after police vehicle crash praises rep for consistently going above and beyond in supporting them in a letter to the federation.
A joint inspection into the effective building of prosecution cases by the police and the Crown Prosecution Service at the early stages has highlighted the need for changing processes and systems.
On Race Equality Week, PFEW shines a spotlight on the importance of building a service that reflects our communities.
The first Police Federation of England and Wales event this year was the Roads Policing Seminar which took place virtually.
National Chair Steve Hartshorn raises ongoing concerns including funding issues and the retention crisis.
PFEW urges Home Office to change and revise guidance on police officer conduct and Police (Conduct) Regulations 2020 in accordance with revised Code.
National Chair, Steve Hartshorn, reacts to the results of the NPCC's work to screen all existing police officers, staff and volunteers.
The Daily Mail reveals what stopped the Government from supporting an amendment to the Data Protection Act in support of #SimplifyDG6.
Police officers in England and Wales seeking help with de-addiction can now easily access Rehubs with a code that bypasses the need for payment.