This interactive session is aimed at supervisors and will explore the real challenges and practical solutions to help support women through the menopause. The session will explore the neuroscience and biological science of menopause that will help managers, leaders, teams and individuals to understand the importance of science based knowledge and how this can improve behaviours, support for women and the greater team
For officers information: Annual Leave can only be refused due to exigencies of duty.
The West Midlands Police Federation wrote to the Chief Constable of West Midlands Police regarding WMP Transition Stage 1 and Resilience concerns.
Due to a new agreement formed between West Midlands Police Federation and the Force, Officers visiting a rehabilitation home will no longer have to use annual leave or time owing. 665 West Midlands Police Officers have attended Flint House in the past five years for rest, recuperation and physiotherapy to help with their return to better health and wellbeing. However, previously only five days could be claimed back. Thanks to an agreement negotiated by West Midlands Police Federation this has now been extended to ten days.
Please be aware with immediate effect the new breakdown telephone number for the RAC will be 0330 159 0283 (the reference number remains unchanged at X800). New membership cards will be sent out in the upcoming months to insured members.
The next West Midlands Police Federation Roadshow is aimed at officers based at in the Perry Barr area inlcuding specialist teams from FCID, Operations & CMPG.It is to be held in the Atrium at Holford Drive, Perry Barr Police Station on Monday 5 September 2016 between 1000 and 1600. Member services providers will be available to talk to members and discuss the services they can provide. Member services providers will be available to talk to members and discuss the services they can provide.
Here is a teaser from our latest federation magazine on Mental Health and the help available to officers in this area. Download the PDF to view.
Telegraph article, featuring our Deputy Secretary and a pursuit expert for the Police Federation Tim Rogers on Police forces review car chase policy as figures show pursuit-related deaths on the rise.
Today we released two Press Releases on 98 PER CENT PASS RATE FOR FITNESS TESTS and RISE IN CRIME ALARMING, SAYS FEDERATION LEADER. Click on the links below to read the Press Releases.
Vast majority of Officers Fit for Duty, says our Interim Chair Tom Cuddeford