Tue, 02 Jan 2018
New national Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) Calum Macleod says he is looking forward to championing the rights and voices of police officers in 'every avenue' during his tenure.
The former vice-chair took over from Steve White on 1 January and has shared his vision for the organisation in a video. He said: "It is a privilege to be elected as chair of the PFEW. Over the last number of years we have been focusing on our internal reform and I am glad to say that reform has finished and we can now focus all our time and energy on the issues that matter to the membership.
"I give you my assurance that the issues affecting police officers on a day-to-day basis at the frontline of policing will be addressed and your issues and voices will be versed and heard at the very highest echelons of government and with the rest of our stakeholders."
Ché Donald steps into the position of vice-chair.
Read more about Calum and Ché on our Principal Officers page
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