Officers reluctant to seek help for mental health

March 23, 2017 0

This article was originally published on this website24 March 2017 More needs to be done to tackle the stigma associated with mental health and wellbeing in the police service. The Federation’s recent officer welfare, demand […]

The right tools for the job

March 19, 2017 0

This article was originally published on this website20 March 2017 Chair Steve White recently spoke to Policing Insight on the topic of Taser and how it is important to listen to the public and the […]

Professional recognition for ‘expert’ constables

March 15, 2017 0

This article was originally published on this website16 March 2017 The College of Policing (CoP) wants to recognise constables who are experts in their field by offering a select handful career development without promotion. An […]

Police stress twice as high as UK workforce average

March 14, 2017 0

This article was originally published on this website15 March 2017 Those results are among the latest shocking figures from the Police Federation of England and Wales’ (PFEW) welfare survey. Che Donald, the Federation’s lead on […]

Too much police time wasted in A&E

March 8, 2017 0

This article was originally published on this website09 March 2017 Some police officers have reported spending up to 80 per cent of their time on some shifts waiting at hospitals while potentially vulnerable detainees are […]

Police service budgets must be protected

March 7, 2017 0

This article was originally published on this website08 March 2017 The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, presented his Spring Budget to Parliament today in which he outlined the need to better protect public services. “With no specific […]

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