90 days from today is Fri, 09 October 2020
19 September 2018
Alex Duncan has been selected as the national secretary of the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW).
His appointment follows a new interview process.
He takes over the role on 1 October following the retirement of Andy Fittes who has been an officer for 31 years, 19 of which as a Federation rep and four as national secretary.
The national secretary has overall responsibility for the day-to-day management of PFEW, staff, departments and representatives. They also contribute to setting and supporting the implementation of the Federation’s strategic direction, and leads on pay negotiations with the Government.
Alex, an Avon and Somerset officer, has 27 years’ service, has been a Fed rep for 19 years and took up a role on the National Board in 2014.
Other national post-holders are:
Treasurer - Tim Packham (Kent)
Vice-chair - Ché Donald (Sussex)
Deputy secretary - John Partington (Metropolitan)
Deputy treasurer - Simon Kempton (Dorset)
Head of criminal claims - Andy Ward (Durham)
Head of civil claims - Craig Hewitt (Lincolnshire)
Learning and development lead - Zuleika Payne (South Yorkshire)
Equality lead - Peggy Lamont (West Midlands)
College of Policing lead - Dave Bamber (Cheshire)