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12 July 2019
Our bi-monthly Federation newsletter eZine gets emailed to members. We'll also let you know when our magazine is published.
Here are the stories covered in our latest edition:
Federation seeks action on pensions
The Government has pledged to outline its position on police pensions before Parliament’s summer recess starts on 25 July.
Brave officers head for London awards ceremony
Two West Midlands officers who were still in training when they confronted a group of men armed with knives will be among those honoured at next week’s national Police Bravery Awards.
Support COPS fund-raisers
A trio of intrepid West Midlands Police fund-raisers will embark on a sponsored cycle ride at the end of this month.
Pay and morale – have your say
There are still a couple of weeks left to take part in the Police Federation’s annual survey on pay and conditions and officer morale.
In your last three years’ service?
A number of spaces are available on the West Midlands Police Federation retirement seminars.
Wellbeing van visits Force area
Wellbeing vans have been in the Force area this week.
Benevolent Fund may seek charity status
Plans for the West Midlands Police (WMP) Benevolent Fund to become a charity will be discussed at its annual general meeting on Friday (12 July).
Police strike centenary event
A total of 120 officers from Birmingham – and more than 2,000 nationwide - were dismissed during the police strike of 1919.
ACC speaks up after MND diagnosis
Assistant Chief Constable Chris Johnson has vowed to continue serving the Force for as long as possible despite being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND).
‘Profound and far-reaching’ police reform needed
Profound and far-reaching police reform is needed, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary has warned.
Help for armed services veterans
Veterans at risk of spiralling into a life of crime are being helped to turn their lives around through a West Midlands Police support scheme.
Force boxers taking on LAPD
Sixteen members of the West Midlands Police Boxing team are heading to the United States later this month to take on officers from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
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