Both the Government and the Archbishop of Canterbury have spoken out in support of credit unions, particularly as a challenge to payday lenders. The Archbishop of Canterbury wants to put Wonga (and their like) out of business by getting people to use Credit Unions. Police Credit Union (a not for profit member owned business) can offer help to the police and law enforcement family.
Tom Cuddeford our Deputy Chairman was on BBC Radio West Midlands on Thursday 1st August talking about the EDL protest and associated cuts.
After 10 month inquiry Home Affairs Select Committee publishes its first ever report on E-crime. Steve Williams, Chair, Police Federation of England and Wales, responds to the report.
Midlands Today feature on up to one hundred bobbies are set to return to the front line thanks to the creation of new staff posts outlined by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner. Chris Jones, the Secretary of the West Midlands Police Federation commented.
At the PNB meeting today a failure to agree was registered in relation to Compulsory Severance and Restricted Duties. These matters will now be referred to the Police Arbitration Tribunal. Agreement was reached in respect of the other matters under consideration, download the document with these agreements.
Norfolk Constabulary are currently recruiting transferee’s at PC rank from uniformed officers and Authorised Firearms Officers or officers who have aspirations to benefit from training and qualification within this skill.
An annual lecture and internship has been set up to honour the memory of Paul McKeever, the late chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales. Download and read the Federation News Special.
Download "Roads Ahead" Police Federation Roads Policing Newsletter.
A Message from Deputy Chairman Tom Cuddeford regarding Op's Derwent and Glendale.
Tom Cuddeford our Deputy Chairman was on BBC Radio West Midlands on Friday 19th July talking about the demonstrations in Birmingham, Cuts & Police Morale.