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  • The next West Midlands Police Federation Roadshow is aimed at officers based at in the Coventry LPU. It is to be held in the at Coventry Police Station in the Gavin Carlton Room on Tuesday 6 December 2016 between 1000 and 1500.

    Posted In Tagged Roadshow, Coventry

  • Our Interim Chair on local Radio

    Posted On 2 Nov 2016

    Our Interim Chair was on BBC Radio talking recent figures on Police assaults.

    Posted In Tagged Tom Cuddeford, BBC, Assaults

  • ALMOST 600 West Midlands Police officers have been assaulted on duty in the first nine months of this year, according to figures released by the Police Federation. The alarming figures have prompted West Midlands Police Federation, which represents the Force’s constables, sergeants and inspecting ranks, to call on the Government to get tough on those who attack police officers and other emergency service workers.

    Posted In Tagged News, Press, Release

  • Members please be advised that Police Mutual Healthcare will be relocating from the building we share at Guardians House, Sheldon to Lichfield from Monday 31st October onwards.

    Posted In Tagged PMAS, Healthcare



  • An online discussion forum by PFEW took place on 24 October at 7pm. The topic was police pensions, hosted by General Secretary Andy Fittes using a program called Ustream (Watch the Replay).

    Posted In Pension Tagged Pension, Forum

  • As you may be aware, the Government announced recently that the standard rate of insurance premium tax (IPT) will be increased from 9.5% to 10.0%. Due to this, your monthly premiums to the Federation insurance schemes will increase with effect from 1st October 2016. For details of the changes in premium, please see below:

    Posted In Tagged Group Insurance, Insurance

  • Federation Matters 27/09/16

    Posted On 27 Sep 2016

    Federation Matters is the fortnightly e-bulletin for PFEW reps and members.

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  • eZine September 2016

    Posted On 14 Sep 2016

    Here is a copy of our bi-monthly Federation newsletter eZine, why not sign up on our website!

    Posted In Tagged eZine

  • A Leicestershire Police officer is asking colleagues across the country to consider becoming bone marrow donors after his young daughter was diagnosed with cancer for the second time. Like thousands of parents across the country, PC Chris Phipps and his partner Mandy were expecting to spend the summer holidays hunting for school uniform and preparing their daughter for her first day at school. Little Mia, who turns five at the end of September, had enjoyed her induction days at her Leicester primary school and was looking forward to going to ‘big school’. But before that, the young family were planning their first holiday in Tenerife.

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