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Dear members,

We wanted to update you about how your local Federation will deliver business and help our members during these unprecedented times.

Firstly, can we reassure you that we are fully engaged in representing your interests at Force Gold meetings where we are working with the force to look after your health and welfare as well as continue to deliver a policing service.  In that respect, if you have any concerns which you do not feel are being addressed then please either speak to your local rep or email us at FederationOffice@nthwales.pnn.police.uk.  Be assured that we do make strong representations on your behalf and at the highest level.  This is not an easy situation for anyone and everyone is working flat out.  As your Federation, we are an integral part of that team.

As the situation develops rapidly, the latest position is that the staff within the Federation Office will be working remotely as of 17:00hrs on Thursday 19th March until further notice.  Emails will continue to be monitored and responded to as quickly as possible, however, there will be some inevitable delays, for which we apologise for.  The Federation Office main telephone number will not be answered.  Rest assured Mark Jones and Mel Jones have redirected their landline numbers to their mobile phones.

If you need Federation assistance, please contact your local representative. Details of all our reps can be found by visiting http://www.nwpolfed.org/your-reps/.

There are also many Police Regulation FAQ’s on our website to assist in answering any queries you may have: http://www.nwpolfed.org/faq/. Alternatively email us: FederationOffice@nthwales.pnn.police.uk.

For all enquiries relating to the Group Insurance Scheme, please visit: http://www.nwpolfed.org/group-life-insurance/ for up-to-date information or to speak to Philip Williams & Co Insurance Management contact 01925 604421.

We strongly advise colleagues to continue to monitor the dedicated Coronavirus Forcebook page for latest updates and FAQ’s: http://intranet.nwp.net/sites/Intranet/SitePages/Coronavirus.aspx.

The Force Wellbeing team have produced a really useful guidance document containing information about supportive measures available for Officers and staff at this time. 

In a Federation ‘call-out’ situation please speak to the Force Incident Manager.

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.



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Officers in line for bravery award after tackling armed man

Two North Wales officers who tackled an armed man who had forced his way into the home of a woman he had earlier allegedly sexually assaulted have been put forward for the national Police Bravery Awards.

PCs Richard Shea and Matt Reynolds, who retired in June after 30 years’ service, have already been presented with the Force’s Fletcher Award which is presented annually to an officer or officers who have shown outstanding bravery.

The two armed response vehicle (ARV) officers were called to an address in Llandudno Junction in June last year following reports that a man armed with a gun was forcing his way into a property after previously attacking a woman there earlier that night while young children were at the address. Multiple calls to the police suggested he was armed with a machine gun although this was then reported to possibly be a BB gun.

“The risk was still considered to be very high, given the fact that he was armed, he was a risk to the victim, there were children in the house and there were members of the public nearby,” Mark Jones, secretary of North Wales Police Federation which nominated the two officers for the award, explained.

“These officers headed straight to the scene as any delay could cause loss of life and I am sure their brave actions and the fact they put themselves in harm’s way prevented someone being seriously injured or killed.”

Read the full story here.




An update with FAQs relevant to all members on the remedy to remove discriminatory provisions from the police pension schemes has been released 21st February 2020 by The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW.)   For more information click here




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