We understand the struggle to find cutlery in Police stations and we’ve been told stories about Officers and Staff using rulers to eat their lunch, pens as chopsticks for noodle pots, and credit cards as… Well, you get the picture – cutlery is scarce!
We have received the below information from Aviva regarding members who may be affected by the ongoing Hurricane in the Caribbean and the USA.
If we receive any further updates, we will pass these on.
If any unusual scenarios arise, we will liaise with the insurers on a case by case basis.
The results of the responses to the PFEW Pay and Morale Survey received from respondents from Dyfed-Powys Police in 2017.
The Gurney Fund, a charity who support the children of Officers who have died or been medically retired from service, takes their beneficiaries away every year on a weeklong adventure holiday allowing them to spend time with children in a similar position to themselves.
A survey of our members’ views on the routine arming of police officers launches today. A link to the national survey, our first on routine arming in over a decade, is being sent via email directly to our 123,000 members across England and Wales via their Police National Network (PNN) email accounts.
ON Saturday 7th October, two police officers, both now successful authors, will be appearing at Crickhowell Literary Festival.
John Sutherland - author of Blue, a memoir, and Matt Johnson - author of Wicked Game, have both turned to writing as a means of dealing with the effect of mental health on their careers.
PC Marc Woods from Dyfed-Powys police has been named as the Region 7 (Wales) winner at the 22nd National Police Bravery Awards in London.
PC Woods won the award after saving a young boy from the River Wye, close to the Sweet Lamb Rally Complex in Llanidloes, just off the A44.
The awards, sponsored by Police Mutual, honour and recognise police officers who perform outstanding acts of bravery.
Dyfed Powys officer up for national Police Bravery Award after saving boy from drowning.
PC Marc Woods has been nominated for a national Police Bravery Award after he rescued a 10-year-old boy from a strong current in the River Wye.
Your Update to date Federation News for July 2013 including the Police Bravery Awards, making yourself aware of the venerability of response and pursuit driving, also the Government appears to backtrack on ending the public sector pay cap.
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