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A ‘cautious welcome’ for police drivers’ consultation
The Federation has given a "cautious welcome" to the news that the Government is to consult on proposed c...
Less than 24 hours until our most interactive conference yet
It’s less than 24 hours until our Annual Conference in Birmingham where we will be debating issues affecting poli...
Blog: Less talk, more action, Home Secretary
Police Federation Chair Calum Macleod ...
Numbers of armed officers still falls short
Suggestions that there are now 25 per cent more firearm officers available to help protect the public don’t tell ...
Coundown to Conference
It’s less than a week to go until our Annual Conference in ...
Are you a member of these forces? Vote for your Branch Chair now
Rank and file police officers from Cleveland, Derbyshire, Gre...
Blog: Why Mental Health Awareness is so important to me
PFEW Vice-Chair Ché Donald Our...
Blog: The reality of detective policing - not some TV drama
Karen Stephens, PFEW Detectives lead, discusses the challenge...
Chair responds to appointment of new Home Secretary
Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales responds to appointment of Home Secretary Sajid Javid. In a st...
Watered down 'Assaults Bill' passes
MPs and supporters of the Bill outside parliament ...
Violent offences at all-time high as police numbers plummet
Police Federation issue stark warning as latest crime statistics for England and Wales show violent crime at all-ti...
Federation complaint about six-year IPCC probe takes another year
The new police watchdog has finally resolved two complaints about its predecessor’s handling of an investigat...
New videos show the harsh reality of policing
Police officers, a paramedic and a prison officer are speaking about the harrowing assaults they have experienced o...
Blog: Chair reflects on 25 years since Stephen Lawrence murder
Calum Macleod, Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales ...
Blog: Salisbury operations and deployment update
Operational Lead, Simon Kempton Follow...
Countdown to the most interactive conference yet
Delegates will gather at the International Convention Centre ...
Officer rest days are 'Vital'
PFEW Chair Calum Macleod It is vital ...
Elections: Workplace representative results are published
The results of the first round of voting in our 2018 national election cycle are now available here. Workplace rep...
Home Sec ‘ignoring elephant in the room’
The Home Secretary has been accused of ignoring the massive cuts in police numbers as she launched the Government...
Annual pay and morale survey launches
Our biggest members’ survey of the year launches today, 9 A...
Response to Amber Rudd's statement on police cuts
Ahead of the unveiling of a new Government strategy to tackle serious violence, Home Secretary Amber Rudd today sta...
Gender pay inequality still persists
From April 1 all public sector organisations with over 250 em...
Federation fears over bail shake-up confirmed
Pre-charge bail has dropped by a staggering 65 per cent since...
Campaign urges motorists ‘don’t stream and drive’
Sgt Neil Dewson-Smyth of Cheshire Police ...
Tackling knife crime – our response to Government campaign
The Home Office's new anti-knife crime campaign ...
Blog: Reflections a year after Westminster Attack
PC Keith Palmer who died confronting a terrorist ...
We deserve a pay rise like NHS workers
On the announcement that NHS workers will recieve a pay rise, Calum Macleod, Chair of the Police Federation for Eng...
Government needs to act now to avoid policing crisis
The Government must act before it’s too late warns the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) after inspec...
Equalities Reps enhance skills at seminar
PFEW Equalities Chair, Ian Saunders, with Karen Pinfold and Elaine Pa...
Pursuits Bill last-minute delay
PFEW pursuits lead Tim Rogers pictured with Sir Henry Bellingham MP a...
Chair's response to the 2018 Spring Statement
PFEW Chair Calum Macleod Calum Macle...
National campaign warns of the crisis in detective policing
Karen Stephens, Secretary of the Police Federation’s National Detec...
Home Office provides Pension Calculator
PFEW General Secretary Andy Fittes Fol...
Response to Salisbury major incident
This page was updated at 6.50pm on 08/03/2018 following the release of the name of the hospitalised officer. On S...
Blog: International Women's Day - Pressing for Progress
Hayley Aley reflects on life as a female police officer ...
Blog: A Federation that reflects its membership
Hayley Aley, Equality lead Equality le...
Nominations open for Detectives’ Awards
Karen Stephens, Secretary of Police Federation National Detectives’...
Voting portals are now open
Rank and file police officers across England and Wales began ...
Welsh Assembly backs protection for assaulted officers
Chris Bryant MP On Tuesday evening the...
Blog: Storm in a teacup
PFEW Chair Calum Macleod PFEW Chairman...
Blog: Lobby your MP to back pursuits bill
PFEW's Tim Rogers with Sir Henry Bellingham MP ...
Members begin voting for their Fed reps
As we progress to the next stage of our national elections, m...
Home Office has short memory on cop pay and pensions
In response to the Home Office's evidence to the Police Remun...
Blog: NPCC - do the maths on pay
No police force is immune from welfare results
Links between demand, capacity and officer welfare feature in a new report from the Police Federation of England an...
Blog: 'I'm exasperated with the pay review process'
Police chiefs under fire over pay
Police chiefs have come under fire from the Police Federation...
Lives at risk with fewer roads police
Operation Tramline A successful crackd...
Blog: Stand with us and have your voice heard
DfT offers support to roads police officers
Pauline Reeves from the Department for Transport addressing officers ...
Roadside evidential breath testing on the way
Jesse Norman MP Parliamentary Under Secretary for the Department for ...
Officers should "welcome IOPC"
Roads Policing Lead Jayne Willetts addressing this year's conference ...
Election nomination portals open across England and Wales
Members, do you want to make a difference in your force by su...
‘More resources would mean more lives saved on our roads’
Around 150 delegates attended this year's conference ...
Surrey PCs win Roads Policing Award
PC Dan Pascoe and PC Ben Hudson, winners of Outstanding Contribution ...
New approach needed to resource roads policing
PFEW and NPCC roads policing leads - Jayne Willetts and Anthony Bangh...
Response to DfT’s consultation for online accident reporting
Today at our annual Roads Policing Conference, the Department for Transport (DfT) announced the launch of a co...
Pensions rulings for firefighters and judges
The Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) rulings regarding judge...
Spin on crime statistics is 'smoke and mirrors'
Warnings that falling officer numbers and funding cuts are having a direct influence on crime numbers, have been ma...
Stand and vote in our coming elections
Members are being encouraged to stand and vote in the forthco...
Blog: Mental wellbeing taken seriously by Government
Roundtable event “long overdue”
The Minister for Policing and the Fire Service Nick Hurd will...
Chiefs to back assaulted officers
West Midlands Police Chief Constable Dave Thompson. Photo credit West...
Revving up towards this year's Roads Policing Conference
The impact that budget cuts have had on roads policing and th...
Study shows single crewed officers could be at greater risk
New evidence shows that single crewing could be putting the s...
Radical overhaul needed
Phill Matthews, PFEW conduct and performance lead ...
New Chair pledges to focus on the needs of members
New national Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) Calum Macleod says he is looking forward to...
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