Police Federation Tag

06 July 2018 PFEW Chair Calum Macleod Chair Calum Macleod looks forward to one of his favour dates in the Policing calendar. Next week we, along with Police Mutual, we will be hosting the 23rd annual Police Bravery Awards. I can honestly say that being involved in this...

06 July 2018 National Chair candidates John Apter and Phill Matthews 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 our elections page. All police...

05 July 2018 The Federation’s Professional Development lead Dave Bamber takes a look at the latest findings on direct entry- a controversial topic at best – and we also talk to a top academic in the field, Emma Williams from Canterbury Christ Church University’s Centre for...

04 July 2018 Simon Kempton PFEW Operational Policing Lead Our Operational Policing Lead Simon Kempton explains why society, law makers and law enforcers need to have an honest conversation about the prohibition of drugs. I was asked by a journalist the other day if I take drugs. I don’t....

03 July 2018 Police wellbeing is the focus of a new 'goal' being launched today by the Home Office in conjunction with partners in policing and mental health. The shared goal was released ahead of the government mental health steering group hosted by policing Minister Nick Hurd. Police...

03 July 2018 News that overnight allowance is to be paid to all those eligible officers who will be working away from home as part of the policing operation for the American presidential visit has been welcomed. Simon Kempton, Police Federation of England and Wales’ lead on...

02 July 2018 PFEW Chair Calum Macleod is to stand down Calum Macleod, Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales, has announced that he will not be standing for the role again and will hand over to his successor on 1 August. Calum was elected at...

28 June 2018 Three quarters of officers want access to Taser Findings from the 2017 local Routine Arming Survey reports show that officers across England and Wales want better access to Taser, as force-level reports are published today. The local reports follow the national survey headline findings which...