Download the letter from Theresa May to Ian Rennie regarding the Pension Contribution Rate
Staff Side of Police Negotiating Board Media Release 26 July 2011 Anger and disappointment as Police Negotiating Board registers failure to agree on police pay proposals
Today HMIC have published a report entitled ‘Adapting to Austerity’
Over the past few weeks the reputation of the police service has become the focus on much media and political attention. The Police Federation of England & Wales have therefore issued the following statement to the media which makes clear that, despite allegations against certain individuals, the British police service is professional, open and accountable and that those working within it have every reason to be proud and should hold their heads high.
The Police Federation for England and Wales has organised a ‘Day of Action’ to highlight the impact of Government cuts to policing, including an open-meeting and lobbying event in the heart of Westminster on 13 July.
Speaking after a Westminster Hall debate on police cuts this morning, Shadow Minister, Jack Dromey, MP for Birmingham Erdington accused Aidan Burley, MP for Cannock Chase, of insulting the police...
Paul Uppal the Conservative Member of Parliament has called upon Nick Herbert to implement a Royal Commission on Policing, in his open letter to the minster, Paul outlines his belief that a Royal Commission implemented now would be in the best interest of the police force and communities up and down the country.
Martyn Santicchia, a police officer from Sandwell, took time out of his recent charity walk up Mount Snowdon to recruit a few more supporters for the Royal Commission in to Policing.
Aidan Burley is the Conservative MP for Cannock Chase. This article in response to a reply to an email sent to Aidan from one of the many police officers that are his constituents. The letter he sent back contains a number of inaccuracies.