Stop and Search faces criticism in the latest Legitimacy Report published today
Chair-Elect Calum Macleod raises concerns that the Police Remuneration Review Body is being set an "invidious task"
MPs are being asked to support a new bill to protect emergency response drivers from unfair prosecutions
A fundamental change in the way we operate faced its final hurdle today when new regulations were laid in parliament
PFEW Equality Lead Hayley Aley appears in a new video encouraging officers to become Fed reps
Survey force level reports show an increase in workload putting pressure on an already struggling service
Reaction to budget announcement which fails to mention any intended investment in policing
Police Federation supports Daily Mail and The Sun's calls for London Bridge officers to get national recognition
Government plans for police funding must look further into the future
New roles confirmed at an Interim National Board meeting
Campaign wins gold at highly acclaimed PR awards ceremony
Police pursuits lead Tim Rogers talks about the progress made to better protect police drivers
MPs complete their scutiny of a Bill to protect emergency workers from assault.
New vision predicted at College of Policing as incoming Chair is confirmed
Equality leads heard from a former soldier on how to help stressed out officers to avoid burnout.
Ahead of the 2018 elections, Sam Roberts explains why she wants to see more female reps.
Suicidal officers can be brought back from the brink with the right support, Equality Liaison Officers told.
Federation deputy treasurer Simon Kempton reiterates support for tougher sentences after assault
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary, Fire & Rescue Services (HMICRFS) today publishes its latest efficiency report
Chris Bryant has called on MPs to help him strengthen a Bill to protect emergency workers from assault.
Connection with the front line and officer welfare must be a focus of new College CEO
Look after the rank and file and they’ll ‘climb out of the trenches for you'
Report published on deaths in police custody
New College of Policing guidance aims to make misconduct hearings fairer, but does it?
Operational lead Simon Kempton shares an insight into the experiences of officers deployed to BVI
A Private Members Bill to better protect emergency workers is voted through parliament
Quarterly crime statistics show continuing rise in recorded crime
Parliament event attracts cross-party support for second reading of Assaults on Emergency Workers (Offences) Bill
Brain recovery time, post trauma triage and safeguarding of anonymity among subjects presented
Police officers will meet to discuss procedures following death or serious injury incidents
Vice-Chair Calum Macleod features on Caught on Camera tonight talking about body-worn video
Support for assaults on emergency workers Private Members Bill gathers momentum
Detectives gathered to share best practice at annual seminar
The finest detectives have been recognised at a national awards ceremony.
New stone memorial will act as lasting tribute to Merseyside PC Dave Phillips
Karen Stephens, Secretary of the Police Federation National Detectives' Forum, introduces the findings from our recent National Detectives Survey
New campaign to recruit extra police volunteers is not a sustainable solution
Frank but constructive discussions held at Conservative Party Conference
Labour MPs meeting in Brighton for their party conference were invited to support Protect the Protectors
Federation’s nine-point stress plan launches to help forces better prioritise on officer wellbeing
Following prolonged lobbying by us, the Home Office agrees to review the laws around police driving
Officers from near and far come together to pay their respects
Calum Macleod calls on MPs to show their support ahead of the Labour and Conservative party conferences
Firearms lead Che Donald reflects on the results of our recent members' survey on the routine arming of police
More officers have shown support for routine arming, with over half prepared to carry a firearm if instructed to do so
Open letter published demanding answers from Government on the derisory pay award for police officers
Cardiff set to host National Police Memorial Day this Sunday
Petition launched asking public to support improved protection for police & emergency service workers
BBC report highlights significant increase in callers abandoning 999 calls
Police officers continue to fight terrorism even though they're stretched like never before
Experts outline hazards at Police Federation’s National Custody Seminar
Claims that some police officers have had a 32% pay increase since 2010 are made in PMQs debate
IPCC executive explains the delay to the launch of the Independent Office of Police Conduct
Virtual reality custody training concept mooted at National Custody Seminar
Reaction to police pay announcement
Long-held view confirmed by new survey data ahead of National Custody Seminar today
1970s legislation is beyond ineffective but change is finally coming.
Funding issues may stop officers with over 25 years' service from retiring if they want to
Karen Stephens, national lead for detectives, discusses the crisis facing detectives
Federation believes 'perfect storm' described by Superintendents' Association is already upon us
Simon Kempton, lead on Use of Force forms, talks about the new recording system
Steve White to stand down as chair of the Police Federation
Results of our annual pay and morale survey with officers in England and Wales
Criminals could even escape justice, National Custody Seminar will hear
Police watchdog fails to respond within its own time limits
Budget cuts to blame for fall in drivers being stopped during summer drink-driving campaign
Response to figures obtained by the BBC over the use of Tasers on children
New standards outline a professional look with some self-expression
Tell us if you think police officers should be routinely armed
Police Federation responds to new firearms figures and announces national firearms survey
Better provision for vulnerable detainees still needed following IPCC annual report on custody deaths
Officers feeling financial strain is clear in headline results of our latest pay & morale survey
Response to IPCC annual report on deaths following police contact
Two PFEW campaigns, Police Bravery Awards & POLICE magazine shortlisted for industry awards
Federation support new ID card scheme launched by Prince Harry
No coincidence that crime is up and officer numbers down following government statistics
A bill to deter assaults against police and emergency service workers has been presented to Parliament
Delay in pay award announcement will be frustrating for an already exasperated workforce
Police Minister Nick Hurd praised police officers across the country as he attended his first Police Bravery Awards
Steve Ashman of Northumbria Police praises officers who were named overall Police Bravery winners
Amber Rudd taken aback by an inspiring evening at Police Bravery Awards 2017
Three officers who tackled armed gunman in pub named bravest of the brave at national event
Five Met cops awarded for tackling suspected terrorist, with one deconstructing alleged suicide vest
Birmingham duo awarded for tackling gunman, with one officer having gun pressed into his chest
Officer on holiday in Israel intervenes viscious attack saving man's life
Officer duo win regional award for arresting armed man making threats to cut a police officer in half
PC Rob Shakespeare awarded for single-handedly tackling armed teenager
Brave duo take on jewellery robbing gang armed with pump-action shotgun and lump hammers while off duty
PC Marc Woods wins Wales award after saving a young boy from the River Wye
Three officers awarded for stopping armed man with arsenal of weapons in busy pub
Our 71 Bravery Award nominees enjoy reception at Number 10
Officers nominated for Police Bravery Awards have been thrilled to meet HRH The Countess of Wessex.
We welcome a member of the Royal Family to the 22nd annual Police Bravery Awards
Labour MP Chris Bryant is to present a bill calling for tougher sentences on those who assault police.
Government announces £7.5m scheme after PFEW calls for help
Rhondda MP Chris Bryant puts his choice of Bills to bring before MPs to a public vote
Officers exonerated after being left in limbo for nearly six years
Reports highlights the need for more to be done to address stalking and harassment offences
Officers involved in deaths or serious incidents should be treated as 'professional witnesses' not suspects.
MP Holly Lynch hopes to introduce a new bill to protect emergency services workers from assaults.
Federation responds to Crown Prosecution Service charging decisions
71 courageous heroes from 40 police forces across England and Wales have been nominated for their outstanding bravery.
More must be done to address poor mental health after concerns raised by West Midlands detective
Chair Steve White on the commitments made in today’s Queen's Speech
Pension calculator coming soon to help officers plan their financial future
Momentum on Taser roll-out must continue as Met Police increase number of trained officers
The fantastic work of rank and file officers has been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.
A Staffordshire police officer is recognised for influencing and assisting women in law enforcement
Chair Steve White on the appointment of new policing minister Nick Hurd
Police Federation Vice-Chair Calum Macleod on the priorities post-Election
Policing must be a priority post election
County is the 25th force to approve use
Renewed calls for more investment in neighbourhood policing after London Bridge terrorist attack
Statement by Steve White, Chair, following last night's attack in London
Tell us about your IT experiences and you could win an Apple iPad
Response to the Met's new detective recruitment campaign
Life sentence given for sickening and horrendous attack on two Hampshire officers
Statement from Chair Steve White calling for a fully-resourced police service
New programme highlights issues affecting officers today
Chair Steve White reflects on conference
Major pay structure reforms are expected across the police service in the next few years
Better treatment of firearms officers called for at conference
At this year's conference, Amber Rudd promises to back Chief Constables to introduce spit and bite guards
Amber Rudd was told that poverty-stricken police officers were being forced to rely on charity to make ends meet
Importance of talking and tackling mental health in the force highlighted again at conference
Representatives use Q&A opportunity at conference to highlight 'crisis conditions'
DC Keeley Mansell wins the national Women in Policing award
Amber Rudd addresses Police Federation annual conference
'Policing is too important to be a political football' PFEW Chair tells Home Secretary at conference
Funds needed for new police memorial to honour the courage and sacrifice of officers
An ex-officer tells his all-too-common story dealing with mental health issues in the job
PFEW Vice Chair says assaulting a police officer should become as socially unacceptable as drink driving.
Man arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder WPC Yvonne Fletcher released from bail
Shadow Home Secretary addresses delegates
A West Midlands PC has become the first UK officer to be honoured by a scheme that recognises those who have been saved by body armour.
Horror stories of IPCC investigations highlighted at conference
Police training going in the right direction to tackle problem
Agreements reached to move forward campaign to better protect police drivers
West Midlands Chief Constable highlights kit in address to conference
The first session of conference covers police welfare
Annual conference will outline the need for change and investment to protect a police service at breaking point
Three policing staff associations write an open letter on the future of the service
Action has been taken to file a Judicial Review relating to the deduction of the ESA from injury pensions
The agenda has been published for our annual conference, 16-17 May
Help inform our annual conference by telling us what happens on your shift
Proper public debate needed on policing as Labour outline plans for 10,000 more officers
PFEW's Che Donald chairs seminar on equality in the police service
A South Wales Detective opens up about her Mental Health issues for BBC documentary
Latest national crime statistics show 'genuine' increases in certain crime types
Further support for Federation campaign against assaults on officers
More officers are needed to enforce harsher speeding fines imposed from today
The police family mourn the loss of a French colleague killed in Paris attack
HMIC State of Policing report draws attention to material pressures on police forces
Police Federation firearms lead Che Donald responds to firearms uplift announcement by NPCC's Simon Chesterman
Let us know what you think about your pay and conditions
Home Office statistics show Taser remains an effective piece of kit for officers
Four in five police officers who have recently joined the force believe they will be in the job until pension age
Calls have been made for a "holistic and independent review of policing"
As PC Keith Palmer is laid to rest today, Chair Steve White pays tribute to a fallen hero
Federation chair Steve White on Alex Marshall's retirement
POLICE magazine is shortlisted for an industry excellence award for 'Best External Publication'
Police Federation warning as new Policing and Crime Act came into force today
Stigma around mental health masking the true scale of officers suffering from stress and psychological illness
Solutions are needed to the issues that have been dogging police officers since the IPCC's inception
The British Transport Police Federation sign up to support our campaign against police assaults
PFEW Chair Steve White reflects on what the Westminster attack means for policing in the future
Home Office proposal to appoint civilian police chiefs not welcomed by PFEW Chair Steve White
More needs to be done to tackle the stigma associated with mental health and wellbeing in the police service
Response to terrorism incident at Westminster
PFEW's lead for the National Police Air Service, Phill Matthews, talks about the benefits of drones
Chair Steve White talks Taser with Policing Insight
Warning over the misuse of databases which could lead to court or misconduct
New career development opportunity for constables who are experts in their field
Levels of stress reported by police officers are twice as high as the UK workforce average.
Our latest physical wellbeing survey has highlighted the impact that demands on police time are having on officer welfare
With NHS struggling with staffing we look at the impact on officers and the time they are spending in accident and emergency
Chancellor Philip Hammond announces the Spring Budget 2017, with no specific mention of police budget
High demand on officers is impacting ability to police proactively
Home Office approves new X2 model of Taser
HMIC raises warning flag as police forces struggle to cope with increased demand
New Policing and Crime Act is likely to be felt most by custody sergeants and investigators
Our Roads Policing lead Jayne Willetts shares her thoughts on new penalties
A new survey into the representation of the Special Constabulary has been welcomed by the PFEW
We hear from Simon Kempton, lead on operational policing, on the changes to use of force recording and how it will protect officers
A study of work patterns finds that being single-crewed is the new norm for almost three quarters of officers.
The Home Secretary announces Cressida Dick as the new Metropolitan Police Commissione
Revised guidance for investigating incidents following death or serious injuries is still short of the mark
Chair Steve White joins in the debate on arming police officers on BBC's 'The Big Questions'
More than 20 police charities have come together to join new partnership
This week we hear from John Murphy on the issue of capacity within the police service
Employment tribunal rules against FBU
ITN news and current-affairs programme goes to the very heart of modern policing
Results of a survey of Metropolitan Police officers shows further support for Taser
National survey shows pressures of policing is taking its toll on the service
Cross-party support for better protection for officers and harsher sentences for those who assault police
Vice-Chair Calum Macleod introduces our new campaign and looks at how big a problem assaults on police really are.
Police Federation calls for better protection for police officers
Results from our welfare survey reveal true picture of assaults on officers
Following the launch of Police Oracle’s BluePrint campaign, national Chair Steve White explains why there needs to be changes in policing.
Rolling out spit guards and better protection for officers raised with MPs
Survey highlights increased officer support for the wider roll out of Taser
The superb work of roads police is in the spotlight at the Roads Policing Conference
#RoadsPolice2017 conference hears from key players trying to get the law changed
Statement in response to today's police workforce stats issued by the Home Office
PFEW's Jayne Willetts, Andrew Jones MP and CC Suzette Davenport open the Roads Policing Conference 2017
Annual Roads Policing Conference to highlight challenges and successes
The latest national crime figures show a continued increase in violent crime and changing demands of policing
General Secretary Andy Fittes provides clarity on the subject
Employment tribunal rules judges transitional pension arrangements amount to unlawful age discrimination
Federation Chair Steve White and CoP's Alex Marshall debate recruitment and training
Reforms a step in right direction but society needs to recognise problem is blighting large sections of police
Chair talks to Sunday Times about impact of reducing workforce and politics on use of stop and search