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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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North Wales Police Officers assaulted whilst assisting other agencies

Five North Wales Police officers have been viciously spat at, punched and kicked overnight whilst assisting NHS staff at Ysbyty Gwynedd and Ysbyty Glan Clwyd. The officers had been called to the respective hospitals to assist with aggressive and disruptive patients and protect the hospital staff.   Despite the appalling circumstances and situation faced by […]

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National Chair candidates announced

Two candidates have put themselves forward to stand as the national chair for the Police Federation of England and Wales: John Apter and Phill Matthews   Details of each candidate can be found on the PFEW elections page. All police officers up to the rank of Chief Inspector are eligible to vote and voting will […]

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Conference 2018

Catch up on all the news from the Police Federation Conference 2018. PFEW have published stories from the sessions that took place over the two days of conference, and you can watch recorded sessions on the PFEW YouTube channel.    

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North Wales reps get involved in Fed conference

North Wales Police Federation’s secretary and chair were quick to get involved in this year’s national Federation conference.   Secretary Richard Eccles was the first delegate to pose a question to police minister Nick Hurd but only after suggesting that the MP could have a conversation with Sir Thomas Winsor, HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary […]

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The Federation has given a “cautious welcome” to the news that the Government is to consult on proposed changes to the law in relation to trained police drivers.

Pursuits lead Tim Rogers says the development is a move in the right direction after the Home Office today (Tuesday 22 May) launched a consultation on proposals to amend proposes the legislation on careless and dangerous driving to recognise the high level of training and skill possessed by trained police drivers. It also aims to […]

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12 months for attacking police car

  #ProtectTheProtectors #Unacceptable Samuel James Alexander Jones, 26, of Elwy Meadows, Lower Denbigh Road, St Asaph has been sentenced to 12 months after pleading guilty to criminal damage. Officer were attending after reports of a domestic disturbance during the early hours of April 9. Jones, carrying a pickaxe, approached the livered Vauxhall Astra. The officers […]

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