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Pensions – Further update

Following a meeting of the Police Pensions Forum, the seven staff associations who represent police officers throughout the United Kingdom have applied to be an interested party to the Employment Tribunal tasked with determining the remedy to the discrimination caused by the transitional protections introduced in the CARE 2015 pensions scheme. Throughout the course of […]

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Emotional farewell to PC Andrew Harper

Emotional farewell to PC Andrew Harper The policing family and the public came together today at the funeral of 28-year-old PC Andrew Harper who was killed on duty. Hundreds of people attended the service which was held at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford this morning (14 October). PC Harper’s wife Lissie and his wider family […]

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Annual Benefit Statements (Pensions)

Tony Williams (All Wales Pensions) has asked the Federation to let you all know that the Annual Benefit Statements (Pensions) will be arriving soon and he has asked that everyone check the following information prior to looking at the projections on the statements. The four main items to check are – Date of Birth – […]

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Don’t miss out on the chance to have your say on pay

The only national survey which captures members views on pay, conditions and morale launches on 10 June. This year’s survey includes specific questions around pay reforms and members feedback is really important as it will be used as evidence in our Pay Review Remuneration Body (PRRB) submission in November. Last year’s survey showed that over […]

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NCA’s billion-pound bid to battle organised crime

PFEW National Chair John Apter responds to agency’s organised crime report. The NCA (National Crime Agency) has revealed there are at least 181,000 offenders linked to serious and organised crime in the UK, calling for £2.7billion to tackle to issue which the Federation is backing. Police Federation of England and Wales National Chair John Apter […]

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Menopause in policing

Stigma around menopause still exists and police officers and staff struggle at work when enduring the symptoms, a first of a kind survey has revealed. The Police Federation of England and Wales’ (PFEW) Menopause Survey, initiated to help improve working conditions for PFEW’s federated members, soon caught the attention of others in policing when UNISON, […]

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Police Care – Reducing the impact of harm on police and families and rebuilding lives for a brighter future

We’re Reducing the impact of harm on police and families and rebuilding lives for a brighter future. But we need volunteers to help us reach more people. Police Care UK provides help to serving and former police officers & staff, volunteers, and their families, that is completely independent and confidential. We offer practical, emotional, and […]

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North Wales Police is set to increase its use of Taser by training an additional 100 officers across the region

The move means that 400 of the force’s 1,450 officers will regularly carry or have ready access to the Home Office approved device.     The Police and Crime Commissioner is funding £136,000 which will be spent on training and equipment. This will include an additional 200 of the new X2 Taser devices. Each officer […]

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