Mis-selling and Similar Claims - Frequently Asked Questions
With the police service facing one of the most challenging periods of its existence, the Police Federation of England and Wales has commissioned a book of essays on the future of policing.
The petition has now reached over 100,000 signatures, please read the update on the petition website
In January/February 2013 members of the Police Federation of England and Wales are to be asked to vote on whether or not they wish the Federation to seek to obtain industrial rights.
The PAT has been asked to make decisions in respect of a number of recommendations from the Winsor Final Report.
Many of you have been calling on the Federation for a robust response to the Government’s attack on your pay, pensions and conditions of service and seeking direction on what can be lawfully done to register your anger and frustration.
18th October marked the Annual Police Bravery Awards at which we celebrated the remarkable acts of heroism demonstrated by police officers throughout England and Wales. These officers and their actions truly exemplify the fine model of British Policing that is renowned worldwide and a service of which we are immensely proud. Fifty-three officers were nominated this year, all have demonstrated exceptional acts of bravery, going above and beyond the call of duty. Words cannot describe the courage and commitment of these outstanding officers.
The Police Arbitration Tribunal hearing did not reach a conclusion today as there are matters still to be considered by the panel. The hearing will continue on Tuesday 30 October. I will keep you informed of any developments. Ian Rennie General Secretary Police Federation of E&W
Leaders of the Warwickshire, West Mercia and West Midlands Police Federation are meeting with chief whip Andrew Mitchell tomorrow to discuss the PC Pleb row. They invited Mr Mitchell to meet them to give him a chance to clear the air.