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National agreement document launched to protect violence against staff in NHS Wales

  An updated agreement entitled ‘Obligatory Responses to Violence in Healthcare’ with regards to violence and aggression towards NHS Wales staff, has been launched today (Wednesday, 21 November 2018). The Obligatory Responses to Violence in Healthcare document between NHS Wales, the Police and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), updated from a previous agreement in terms of criminal […]

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Health and Wealth Workshops

Following the continuous squeeze on police officer pay and the constant rise in cost of living we all know that, at times, it can be difficult to ‘balance the books’ with our personal finances. In the latest Police Federation Pay & Morale Survey, 68% of respondents from North Wales Police stated that they felt they […]

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Gweithdai Iechyd ac Arian

Yn dilyn y wasgfa barhaus ar gyflog swyddogion a’r cynnydd parhaus mewn costau byw rydym ni i gyd yn gwybod ei bod hi’n anodd ar brydiau i gadw golwg ar ein cyllid personol. Yn yr Arolwg Diweddaraf ar Gyflog a Morâl Ffederasiwn yr Heddlu nododd 68% o’r rhai a wnaeth gymryd rhan o Heddlu Gogledd […]

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We deserve a sensible and fair pay rise

By Simon Newport, chair of North Wales Police Federation   I am encouraged the passion and enthusiasm our new PFEW Chair, John Apter, has for the national chair’s role and we have already seen him taking a very positive step in instigating legal action against the Government with regards to this year’s pay rise recommendation. […]

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Powerful MPs’ committee backs Federation over police cuts and officer welfare

The powerful Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) has backed the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) in calling for an urgent injection of funds into the ailing police service – or face ‘dire consequences’. HASC, which holds the Government to account, asked the Federation to provide evidence for its hard-hitting Policing for the Future […]

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North Wales Police Federation welcomes todays’ news that the Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill has been granted Royal Assent

The Bill makes it an aggravating factor to assault or sexually assault a police officer or any other member of the emergency services, punishable by up to 12 months in prison, double the existing six-month maximum sentence for common assault. While we would like to see the maximum sentence raised further, we are pleased that […]

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Loyal Local Cops Not Feeling the Love

    Over 80% of North Wales Police officers have highlighted low force morale due to the way the police service is treated as a whole combined with an ongoing attack on their pay and conditions in a recent Pay and Morale survey. The annual Pay and Morale survey conducted by the Police Federation of […]

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Maternity support win for Federation

Pension regulations which could have discriminated against some groups, including fathers, same sex partners, and adopting couples have been successfully challenged by the Federation. PFEW challenged provisions of the Police Pension Schemes and Additional Voluntary Contributions Amendment (England and Wales) Regulations 2018 which unfairly disadvantaged some officers. Previous Regulations allowed women to make contributions to […]

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