90 days from today is Fri, 25 December 2020
The Police Federation National Detectives’ Forum (PFNDF) aims to support and progress the work of detective officers throughout England and Wales.
The Forum consists of an executive body with Chair, Martin Plummer, Cumbria - Vice Chair, Glyn Pattinson, Staffordshire – Secretary, Karen Stephens (INB), Hertfordshire - Deputy Secretary - Simon Steele, Sussex.
The incredible work of detectives and major investigations is showcased at our annual seminar and awards, now in its 12th year. For information about PFNDF Awards please see the page under our Events section. Read about this year’s seminar and award winners in our latest newsletter.
The latest results of our national detectives’ survey show a service in crisis, with 73% of officers saying that they were not able to provide the service victims needed most or all of the time.
Read more on our national survey headline findings.
Norfolk Detective Survey results - 2017 we had a total of 88 responses.
Detectives in Crisis campaign
Morale is at rock bottom and resilience in this critical role in policing is a real issue. The workloads and types of cases detective officers get involved in are harrowing to say the least, all too often having a detrimental effect on their health, wellbeing and family life.
‘Detectives in Crisis’ aims to raise awareness of the current state of detective policing in England and Wales - we are asking senior officers and PCCs to look at this role within their force area to better support officers and to try to redress the balance.
To find out more about the campaign, visit the main page
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