Disappointment over Home Office’s pay submission

‘Late submission will do nothing to instil confidence in police officers that it takes pay seriously’

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 Chair to hold knife crime talks with Home Secretary

John Apter says it is vital the voice of his members is heard when it comes to addressing this national crisis

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 "Time to put party politics aside and end this knife crime epidemic"

Government urged to act now and give policing the investment it needs to tackle this national emergency

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 Did You Know? campaign to focus on financial entitlements in March

The next phase of the campaign launches today and looks at financial entitlements

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 Concerns as PM fails to connect dots on knife crime epidemic

Figures make grim reading ahead of Channel 4 Dispatches: Britain's Knife Crisis: Young, Armed And Dangerous

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 A decade long investigation is 'totally unacceptable'

Conduct Lead Phill Matthews on the years of stress and worry officers are subjected to at the hands of the IOPC

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 Should police be routinely armed?

Ahead of tonight’s documentary, In the Line of Fire with Ross Kemp, our Firearms Lead Steve Hartshorn discusses controversial topic

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 Decision to allow student officers access to Taser “a victory”

The Policing Minister made the announcement today but there will be no new money to fund the uplift

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 Officer safety must be fit for purpose

National Chair encourages members to take part in College of Policing conflict management consultation

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 "If you don’t want to have a spit guard applied, don’t spit or bite"

National Chair John Apter addresses biased comments on use of spit guards in open letter

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 Blog: We're better than last year and a damn sight better than 50 years ago

National Chair reflects on recent achievements and challenges

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 FedCast 2: Advice for members on conduct and discipline

Episode two in our series features National Chair John Apter and Conduct and Performance Lead Phill Matthews

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 Memorial honouring heroic officer PC Keith Palmer GM unveiled

The memorial stone has been placed outside the Palace of Westminster close to where the officer died

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 No change to status of EU national warranted officers post-Brexit

Home Office clears up PFEW’s question following member concerns

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 GPS tags "must not become cost cutting exercise”

National Chair responds to Justice Secretary's announcement to tag thousands of criminals

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 NPCC pay proposals undervalue officers

Officers should not be penalised for lack of progress on police pay reform

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 Blog: Police officers can only take so much

Vice-Chair talks about the real impact of pressures of the job

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 Government must face facts - extreme stress in policing is real

National survey reveals true extent of police officer demand, capacity and welfare

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 Blog: 'Our issue is with government not the pay review body'

Our National Chair says the Government has ripped up the rule book and been reckless with police pay

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 3-year pay deal needed to rescue officers from financial cliff-edge

Our pay review body submission calls for a 5% pay rise for officers for each of the next three years

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 Blog: 'Don't rush into pension decisions'

National Secretary Alex Duncan outlines the complicated and unpredictable situation with public service pension schemes

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 National Chair welcomes Commissioner’s spit guard decision

John Apter praises Metropolitan Police Federation after securing protective equipment for officers

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 Government is failing a generation

Murder rate for young people rockets and stabbing deaths reach highest level on record

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 Did You Know? campaign to focus on ‘performance’ in February

The next phase of the campaign launches today (6 Feb) and looks at performance.

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 Blog: We cannot let knife crime define a generation

National Chair John Apter explains why politicians must tackle serious violent crime head on

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 Gov suspends pension cost cap action pending legal decision

The Treasury is awaiting the outcome of the judges' and firefighters' legal challenge against transitional protections

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 Response to Home Secretary's knife crime announcement

Government just ‘tinkering around the edges’ says National Chair John Apter

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 Member-focused Roads Policing Conference delivers

Round-up of key moments from our Roads Policing Conference on January 29-30

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 Roads Policing delegates get lessons in bias and virtual reality

A forensic investigator and a senior firefighter gives delegates new insights

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 New cloud based CRaSH system

Improved efficiencies in force time and money

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 "Repeated trauma exposure seriously impacts mental health"

National Vice-Chair Ché Donald’s warning to roads policing officers

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 Are you tired or fatigued?

"Fatigue is very common among roads policing officers and that needs to be addressed"

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 Warm words to response drivers ‘mean nothing’ without law change

Police drivers warned they are still vulnerable to prosecution until there is new legislation

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 First FedCast covers pensions, pay, campaigning and more

Our inaugural podcast features National Chair John Apter & National Secretary Alex Duncan

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 Officer responsible for targeting uninsured drivers wins award

Inspector Simon Hills wins this year’s Outstanding Contribution to Roads Policing Award

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 Police drivers still face prosecution, for doing their job

Round-up of day 1 of Roads Policing Conference

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 More investment needed for safer roads says NPCC roads lead

Anthony Bangham claims road deaths decline could be reversed if roads policing isn't prioritised

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 Driver law change not mentioned by Transport Minister

Disappointment & frustration as Jesse Norman omits all-important protection for police drivers

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 Shadow Police Minister calls for change in pursuits law

MP Louise Haigh backs Federation’s campaign to better protect police drivers

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 Government inaction continues to leave officers vulnerable

PFEW pushes the Government over driver legislation

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 Blog: The real cost to policing

Conduct Lead Phill Matthews examines the human cost of lengthy investigations and what can be done

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 Judicial review to go ahead on police pay

Challenge to Government's police pay 'award' one step closer

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 UK ‘overwhelmed by explosion of violence as cops struggle to cope’

National Chair John Apter reacts to new crime figures released today (24 January)

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 Govt takes three years to produce 325 words on police firearms

Firearms review is 'cold comfort' to those in the job, Federation says

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 IOPC put too many officers through misconduct trauma

FOI findings show only five officers were dismissed following misconduct cases ordered by IOPC

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 Two weeks to go until Roads Policing 2019

PFEW’s annual conference covering national issues

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 Blog: Make this the one New Year’s resolution you keep

Vice-chair and Mental Health lead Ché Donald focusses on wellbeing as the festive slump hits home

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 Public confidence in police has increased despite cuts to the service

National report shows that public recognise that police are unable to do it all because of reduced resources

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 Federation pledges closer links with support groups

PFEW has signed a memorandum of understanding with police support groups

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 Did You Know? campaign to focus on rest days in January

The next phase of the campaign launches today (3 Jan) and looks at rest days

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 Celebrating 100 years

Proud to represent officers for 100 years

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