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19 July 2018 A powerfully emotive video commissioned for our Annual Conference this year to show the reality of policing has been shortlisted for a top PR award. The film crams a typical day in the life of an officer in two minutes, combining fly-on-the-wall and point-of-view...

19 July 2018 Mark Jones, North Wales Police Federation Assaults on police officers in North Wales overnight have further emphasised the need for a tougher deterent. Five officers were viciously punched, kicked and spat at, as they protected NHS staff at Ysbyty Gwynedd and Ysbyty Glan Clwyd hospitals...

17 July 2018 Policing Minister Nick Hurd Officers will have the chance to give their opinions on how policing can be improved in a review being launched by Policing Minister Nick Hurd.The Home Office wants to hear from frontline police officers and staff on how support and...

17 July 2018 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...

16 July 2018 Operational Lead Simon Kempton Greater investment in neighbourhood policing to provide “boots on the ground” is required to reassure and protect the public, says the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW).The comments come in response to a new survey commissioned by the Daily...