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PFEW will continue to work to ensure our members' wellbeing is protected, and they are kept informed, as this situation develops.
Federation responds as figures and costings are released.
Federation reacts as IOPC backs out of gross misconduct which saw officers left in limbo for almost seven years.
Only 13% jailed with average sentence less than 12 weeks.
Mental health in policing must be treated as seriously as physical safety, the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) has urged today (6 February).
Before pre-charge bail reforms came into effect in 2017, the Police Federation predicted that pre-charge bail would drop dramatically and that releasing suspected “under investigation” would become the norm – we didn’t really need a crystal ball, writes John Apter, National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
Home Office announces pre-charge bail consultation to ‘support officers and victims’.
There is little doubt that grooming and sexual abuse of children is continuing. Local authorities and the police have committed to improving, so must the Home Office, writes Graham Stringer MP.
Surrey PC recognised at PFEW Roads Policing Conference.
The Metropolitan Police has been criticised after announcing it will start using facial recognition cameras to target serious offenders in London.
National Chair responds to Funding Settlement.
National Chair calls for long-term funding to combat increase in offending
Boris Johnson will aim to "cut the head off the snake" and crack down on crime with a new cross-government taskforce.
New ring-fenced funding introduced following PFEW campaign