Blog: Salisbury operations and deployment update

Simon Kempton, National Deputy Treasurer, provides an update on the role that the Police Federation has been taking since the attack in Salisbury, in early March. 

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 Countdown to the most interactive conference yet

There's less than six weeks until Annual Conference

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 Officer rest days are 'Vital'

Members need to be able to take the time off they are owed in order to protect their own welfare and public safety

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 Elections: Workplace representative results are published

Reps across England and Wales are elected to represent the interests of members

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 Home Sec ‘ignoring elephant in the room’

Federation blasts Amber Rudd for ignoring policing cuts

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 Annual pay and morale survey launches

This is the only survey to provide a national picture of police officers’ views on their pay and conditions

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 Response to Amber Rudd's statement on police cuts

'Enough police' to tackle rise in violent crime, says Home Secretary

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 Gender pay inequality still persists

Our response to gender pay gap figures

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 Federation fears over bail shake-up confirmed

Inspectors confirm bail shake up leaves the vulnerable at risk, as Federation warned

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 Campaign urges motorists ‘don’t stream and drive’

The Federation is backing an officer's campaign highlighting the dangers of livestreaming while driving

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 Tackling knife crime – our response to Government campaign

Stop and Search lead Alex Duncan gives his reaction to the Home Office’s new initiative to combat knife crime

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 Blog: Reflections a year after Westminster Attack

On the anniversary of the devastating terrorist attack in London, Chair Calum Macleod shares his thoughts

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 We deserve a pay rise like NHS workers

Response to NHS workers' pay rise

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 Government needs to act now to avoid policing crisis

Peel Report on police effectiveness proves ‘cracks’ are showing in the service

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 Equalities Reps enhance skills at seminar

PFEW seminar for Equality Liaison Officers tackles hot topics including capability dismissal and discrimination

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 Pursuits Bill last-minute delay

Bitter disappointment which prolongs threat to cops

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 Chair's response to the 2018 Spring Statement

Calum Macleod's thoughts on the Chancellor of the Exchequer's speech

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 National campaign warns of the crisis in detective policing

Detective policing on the brink of crisis according to results of a new national survey

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 Home Office provides Pension Calculator

It's now easier for members of the police pension schemes to plan for their financial future

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 Response to Salisbury major incident

A Wiltshire Police officer remains in hospital after being exposed to a "nerve agent"

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 Blog: International Women's Day - Pressing for Progress

Hayley Aley, Equality lead, marks the day by reflecting on her experiences as a woman in policing

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 Blog: A Federation that reflects its membership

Hayley Aley, Equality lead, writes about the importance of positive change in the current elections

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 Nominations open for Detectives’ Awards

It's time to nominate the very best of detective policing throughout England and Wales

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 Voting portals are now open

Members across England and Wales have begun voting for their local Fed reps

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 Welsh Assembly backs protection for assaulted officers

Members voted to enable upcoming Westminster Bill to take effect in Wales.

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 Blog: Storm in a teacup

Chair Calum Macleod asks why tabloids have such a problem with police officers engaging with members of the public

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 Blog: Lobby your MP to back pursuits bill

PFEW Pursuits Lead Tim Rogers outlines the stakes ahead of Bill's second reading at Parliament

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 Members begin voting for their Fed reps

The Met voting portal is now open and other Branches will open on 1 March

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 Home Office has short memory on cop pay and pensions

Federation responds to latest Government position on pay rises for officers

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 Blog: NPCC - do the maths on pay

Chair Calum Macleod warns NPCC ‘Don’t take us for fools’

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 No police force is immune from welfare results

Chief constables and police leaders attend the first of several workshops today to discuss police officer welfare

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 Blog: 'I'm exasperated with the pay review process'

Chair Calum Macleod explains further our efforts to get a decent pay increase for officers this year

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 Police chiefs under fire over pay

This year's submisison to the Police Remuneration Review Body calls for a 3.4% pay rise for officers

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 Lives at risk with fewer roads police

A successful operation to target driver offending showed how indispensable roads police officers for public safety

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 Blog: Stand with us and have your voice heard

General Secretary Andy Fittes shares his views about the changes to how officers can stand for election

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 DfT offers support to roads police officers

'I am your friend in government' says Pauline Reeves at the Department for Transport

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 Roadside evidential breath testing on the way

Minister promises funding for improved roadside technology

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 Officers should "welcome IOPC"

Closer collaboration should be encouraged says Roads Policing Lead

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 Election nomination portals open across England and Wales

Our members are invited to stand for election as a Fed rep

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 ‘More resources would mean more lives saved on our roads’

Summary from this year's Roads Policing Conference

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 Surrey PCs win Roads Policing Award

Officers recognised at this year's Roads Policing Conference Awards Ceremony

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 New approach needed to resource roads policing

Roads Policing leads for PFEW and NPCC - Jayne Willetts and Anthony Bangham - open Roads Policing Conference

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 Response to DfT’s consultation for online accident reporting

Department of Transport announce consultation on new ways to report road accidents

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 Pensions rulings for firefighters and judges

Federation will now examine detail in the judgements

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 Spin on crime statistics is 'smoke and mirrors'

Reaction to latest ONS crime figures

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 Stand and vote in our coming elections

Local Federation nominations begin opening this week

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 Blog: Mental wellbeing taken seriously by Government

Vice-Chair Ché Donald reports back on the Government's meeting about officer mental health and wellbeing

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 Roundtable event “long overdue”

A round table debate on the important issue of police wellbeing has been welcomed but is “long overdue.”

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  Chiefs to back assaulted officers

Initiative will see chief officers write impact statement to support assaulted officers

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 Revving up towards this year's Roads Policing Conference

Demand and increasing pressure on roads policing will be high on the agenda at the event on 30 and 31 January

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 Study shows single crewed officers could be at greater risk

New research shows that lone police officers are more likely to be put in harm’s way

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 Radical overhaul needed

Improvements hoped for as the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) becomes the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC)

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 New Chair pledges to focus on the needs of members

Calum Macleod promises to raise police officers' issues at the 'very highest echelons of government'

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