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  • Mark Simmons Charity Hill Walk

    Posted On 18 Dec 2012

    On the 3rd of June 2012 DC 4493 Mark Simmons passed away, suddenly and unexpectedly. Mark, at the time, was seconded to the Force's Economic Crime Unit.

    Posted In Tagged Mark Simmons, Charity, Tom Cuddeford

  • With the ballot on whether the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) should seek the right for police officers to take industrial action set to take place between 31 January and 28 February 2013, some members have asked whether the introduction of such rights would enable them to join a trade union – something current law prevents.

    Posted In Tagged Ballot, Trade Union

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    At an extraordinary meeting on 12th December 2012 the JCC have taken into consideration issues raised by members with regard to the uncertainty over the proposed introduction of compulsory severance and the forthcoming ballot on industrial rights. The JCC can confirm that there will be a provision within the ballot that will address members’ concerns over being asked to vote on seeking the right to take industrial action when a decision on the possible introduction of compulsory severance for police officers is not known. The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) has outlined proposals for how officers will be able to vote in the forthcoming industrial rights ballot.

    Posted In Tagged Ballot, Industrial Rights, Steve Williams

  • Download the document on implementing a police pay review body

    Posted In Pay Tagged Pay

  • Please download the report issued by Policy Exchange on the future of policing which was embargoed until this morning and our media response and thoughts below.

    Posted In Tagged Policy exchange, Paul McKeever

  • Responding to the Draft Communications Data Bill, Paul McKeever, Chairman, Police Federation of England and Wales says: “The Police Federation welcomes the on-going development of the draft Communications Data bill and support the bid to enable police officers on the ground to investigate serious crime effectively.

    Posted In Tagged Communications data bill, Paul McKeever

  • In this special newsletter, we give you anoverview of the PAT ruling and some of the reaction to it.

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  • PAT decision announced

    Posted On 6 Dec 2012

    Initial findings and background briefing on PAT. More in depth analysis will follow from National Fed.

    Posted In Pay Tagged PAT

  • Police Federation leaders are holding an urgent meeting with West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner Bob Jones tomorrow as fears grow over the Government’s cuts and reform programme.

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  • West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner Bob Jones has called for a Fair Deal for Policing in place of the current "grossly unfair" system.

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