North Wales Police Federation aim to effectively support our Officers and promote the efficiency of the North Wales Police.
We will endeavour to represent and negotiate for our members in a robust, open and honest manner to ensure that officers are treated fairly and considerately at all times by the Force.
We aim to provide a professional and caring service to our members with a view to fostering a relationship which is founded on trust, confidentiality and respect on both sides. We will endeavour to build on that relationship to determine the most appropriate support, advice and action relevant to the individual needs and issues.
Huge congratulations to all the award winners at the Police Federation PoliceBravery Awards held at a fitting event at London’s Dorchester Hotel last Thursday.
North Wales Police nominee, PC Stephen Hooper was accompanied by his wife Michele and Sergeant Mark Jones representing the North Wales Police Federation. It was also an honour to have Assistant Chief Constable Richard Debicki attend plus Sam Roberts from the Police Federation of England & Wales.
Colleagues from Northumbria won the overall award following their truly heroic act when tackling a man armed with weapons including a loaded gun.
These acts by our brave officers are truly amazing and showcase why we have the best police service in the world.
PFEW have launched a national survey seeking members’ views on the routine arming of police officers
The last national survey on this issue was conducted in 2006. This survey will provide a fresh perspective from members and inform our policy on the issue.
The survey will go out direct to members via the National Member Database from 31st July (please note, the system takes a few days to complete delivery to all 123,000 members).
The survey only takes about 10 minutes to complete – so please do take part.
It will remain open until 1 September 2017, with results expected towards the end of that month.
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