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National Chair welcomes CPS guidance which may lead to harsher sentences.
John Apter, National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW), replies to today’s Daily Telegraph article by Charles Hymas.
Eighteen rank and file police officers from across England and Wales have been recognised in the 2020 Queen’s New Year’s Honours announced today, Friday 27 December.
The government must now deliver on its pre-election promises, says the Police Federation of England and Wales.
The National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales has welcomed an announcement by Home Secretary Priti Patel which could hand two-year jail sentences to violent offenders who attack police officers.
The Conservatives have pledged to look at once again doubling the amount of time a person can spend in prison for assaulting emergency workers from one to two years.
A Labour government would launch a crackdown on fox hunting by boosting the number of dedicated officers working on wildlife crimes, the party has announced.
Police investigated the House of Commons office of Jo Swinson on Monday morning after she was sent a parcel containing a suspicious powder.
Police conduct towards investigative journalists seeking to expose the truth of what happened at the Loughinisland massacare was heavy handed and unlawful; it is important that press freedoms are protected, writes David Davis MP.
Andrea Leadsom has condemned “frightening” and “intimidating” Brexit protesters after police were forced to escort high profile parliamentarians from the Commons.
A Queen's Speech is not required to answer the Brexit question, nor will it tackle the climate crisis or commit to devolved policing to Wales, writes Liz Saville Roberts MP.
Tom Watson put "further pressure" on police investigating claims of a Westminster VIP sex abuse ring, a report has found.
Priti Patel is set to order police watchdogs to investigate Scotland Yard over the way it handled a long-running investigation into claims of sexual abuse by high-profile public figures.
Police chiefs are to be given the power to "dramatically" boost the number of officers who are able to carry Tasers, Priti Patel has announced.
The Prime Minister has promised to recruit another 20,000 police officers, but they will not replace those lost under his two Tory predecessors, writes Lord Harris of Haringey.
Boris Johnson has been accused of using the police as a "political stunt" during a speech on Brexit.
The government’s recruitment plans are a promising start but must deliver a genuine uplift of new officers, warns the National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
Boris Johnson has said he is “shocked and appalled” as he led tributes to a police officer who was killed while attending a reported burglary.
The Home Office has been cordoned off as police investigate a stabbing.
The Home Office has been condemned as "offensive" after it launched a plan to combat knife crime by placing anti-weapon messages on fried chicken boxes.
Boris Johnson should use his new police funding pledge to reverse the "collapse" of community policing, a former senior officer has said.
Boris Johnson has unveiled £2.5bn of funding for new prison places and given the go-ahead for more police use of stop-and-search powers as he vowed to "come down hard on crime".
Below is a statement from the College of Policing about recruiting and training 20,000 extra officers.
Public sector workers will see their pay rise above inflation for the second year running, Philip Hammond has confirmed.