Police Federation of England and Wales


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Police Federation of England and Wales

the representative body for Police Constables, Sergeants, Inspectors and Chief Inspectors. See also SCOTTISH POLICE FEDERATION.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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The chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, Jan Berry, said that officers would now be "absolutely furious" that the Government was prepared to break the two per cent target for the teachers.
The results were recorded during the survey which was commissioned by the Police Federation of England and Wales.
The Police Federation of England and Wales carried out the Pay and Morale Survey between April and June, and 31% of North Wales officers responded - a rise of 7%.
Chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales Steve White said: "I am constantly humbled and amazed by the selfless acts of bravery carried out by police officers on a day-to-day basis."
The Police Federation of England and Wales warned that up to 20,000 officers' jobs could go after the Government announced a 20% cut in police budgets.
Failing that, the Police Federation of England and Wales will push for legislation which allows officers to take industrial action.
In an open letter to the Home Secretary, Jan Berry, chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, said officers were "angry and bitterly disappointed" at the pay settlement.
Alan Jones, chairman of the Roads Policing Group, Police Federation of England and Wales, said: "Policing the roads should be a priority for government and chief constables - this is nothing less than the public expect."
The Police Federation of England and Wales said 86% of its members want to lobby for the same industrial rights as other workers if the Government is not bound to honour arbitrated pay deals.
Clint Elliott, a Cleveland Police sergeant, lost his post as general secretary for the Police Federation of England and Wales at the federation's annual conference last month.
Also giving a speech at the meeting will be Fred Broughton, chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, who will talk about the state of national policing and the federation's call for a royal commission on policing.
The Police Federation of England and Wales, representing 126,000 officers, told the cross-party Home Affairs Select Committee that independent research by the University of West England had declared police training a "catastrophic failure".
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