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Jase Dooley said the Federation was there if members needed support after the serious disorder outside Villa Park
Nilufar rewarded for championing diversity and inclusion within the Force
But unexpected email from Chief Constable Craig Guildford brought good news
Rich Cooke says he ‘finds it bizarre’ for the HMICFRS to do this now
Huge workload is leading to mental health and wellbeing problems
“It is so important that we continue to raise money in Nicola’s memory.”
Branch chair says he is 'surprised and shocked' at the news
Almost 300 people attended the funeral of the 56-year-old
Non-degree route into policing has opened it up as a career to more people
Officers who have Taser are nine times less likely to be assaulted
Find out how to claim one from major supermarket chain
Student officer received “significant lasting injuries”
The campaign saw Jase receive emails from dozens of members
The more people that take part, the more accurate the results will be
Members speak of a 'massive privilege' at the service
Anne found out about winning the award from the comfort of her poolside sun-lounger
'The rank and file have different needs and views to the chief officers'
The survey aims to identify the financial challenges facing police officers
Webinar will focus on addiction and its impact on physical and mental health
Jase Dooley has called for courts to impose stiffer punishments to help tackle the epidemic of assaults on officers
Concerns over trial of new promotion processes
Sam’s cancer experience continues to impact her colleagues and friends within West Midlands Police.
Four police officers were attacked in Villa Road, Lozells
West Midlands Police will be closing at least 30 of its police stations
West Midlands Police Federation secretary Tim Rogers has written to all chief constables reminding them of their obligations
The Federation has jointly launched the ‘EveryonePause’ survey to coincide with World Menopause Day
West Midlands Police Federation chair Rich Cooke voted against the proposal
Emily Dooley has spoken about her experience for Baby Loss Awareness Week
Branch chair says a 17 per cent average reduction in real terms pay since the year 2000 is scandalous
Suella Braverman fails to sign off a move that had been expected by many.
The West Midlands Police Federation chair was speaking at the PFEW annual conference
Day two of the conference will feature speeches by PFEW chair Steve Hartshorn and Home Secretary Suella Braverman
Consistency, better pay and additional funding among the hot topics of discussion during day one of Annual Conference 2023.
Event brings together policy makers, policing stakeholders and senior leaders in policing and the Federation.
Jase has launched ‘Coffee With a Cop’ to encourage officers to talk about their issues and look after their wellbeing.
Patrick says health and safety needs to be everyone’s responsibility.
This year, PFEW’s flagship event takes place online on Tuesday 10 October and Wednesday 11 October.
Federation’s national lead for police pursuits and driver training speaks out
Courts challenged to impose stiffer sentences on those who racially abuse officers.
Rich Cooke was speaking on Talk TV
Officer says there are "no incentives” to remain in policing in the UK
The ceremony came just two days after the tragic death of West Midlands Sergeant Paul Frear.
Paul led the Low Hill, Bushbury and Fallings Park neighbourhood team.
Celebration of the dedication and commitment of officers who go above and beyond the call of duty.
More than 1m viewers watched the first of the six hour-long episodes
Organisers have been forced to find a new place to host the event
According to the World Health Organisation 700,000 people die by suicide every year
Rich replies to the Home Secretary's decision to order HMICFRS to carry out a review of police impartiality and activism.
“You don’t use those things for gardening.”
The team aims to raise awareness of neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that affects children, mostly under the age of five.
“To impose a second speed limit moves away from the law."
Police officers found guilty of gross misconduct face automatic dismissal, under new Government reforms
More than £125,000 has been raised for the family of Sergeant Graham Saville
Jase Dooley said huge investment was needed to meet the home secretary’s demand
Members should 'put their hand up' if they are struggling
“Sam is such a good person. She is not only saving Karl’s life but she is extending it.”
Appointments made after 'challenging selection process'
Deano hands in his warrant card after 28 years in policing
August/September edition is available to read now
Daryl hopes the 'Community Initiative to Reduce Violence' will be a big success
“Significant improvements” made in custody provision.
This is the first time a shop has had its licence changed in this way in the West Midlands.
Figures show two thirds of knife crime offenders walk free from court
Attack left police officer struggling for breath
Members are being encouraged to raise the issue of disclosure guidance with their MPs
Welfare van hits the road as region hosts unprecedented four football matches
Discipline lead responds to 2023 IOPC stakeholder report
Support from Operation Hampshire coordinator
Federation deputy chair responds to Labour proposals
Federation warns of deeply disturbing increase in attacks on officers
Federation letter sets out force obligations
Ash Forster gets back on his bike to complete the 2023 PUT ride