Scottish Police Federation

Scottish Police Federation

the representative body for Police Constables, Sergeants, Inspectors and Chief Inspectors in Scotland. See also POLICE FEDERATION OF ENGLAND AND WALES.
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Calum Steele, general secretary of the Scottish Police Federation, said: "Encountering criminals with knives and other weapons is a daily occurrence yet politicians continue to make cheap political points over officers' safety equipment while our colleagues get injured with increasing regularity."
The event was organised by the Police Roll of Honour Trust and attended by a number of representatives from Police Scotland, the US Secret Service, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association, the Scottish Police Federation, the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents, and other organisations.
The state of the facilities at the Randolphfield police office, where more than 100 officers are based, was highlighted last week by the Scottish Police Federation.
The stark warning was given by a Scottish Police Federation chief, who represents 18,000 officers across the country after the release of alarming figures showing the number of attacks on police by those living in Motherwell and Wishaw.
The Scottish Police Federation wants all officers to be equipped with them.
On Thursday night I attended the Scottish Police Federation Bravery Awards in Edinburgh, an exceptionally humbling experience listening to so many acts of bravery and heroic actions.
Calum Steele, from the Scottish Police Federation, added: "Police officers are attending incidents where they face increased violence, and individuals armed with weapons on a daily basis.
Brian Docherty, Scottish Police Federation chairman, said: "Our colleagues were simply doing their damnedest to keep the public safe and faced an unconscionable attack on their lives as a consequence.
The Scottish Police Federation said police had been responding to a call of a man brandishing a knife.
The company, started by Jodie Cook (formerly Cole) when she was 22, now works with a plethora of clients in various industries, including Handmade Burger Co, the Scottish Police Federation, three of Birmingham's colleges and Opus Restaurant.
But speaking to the Mirror, chairman of the Scottish Police Federation Brian Docherty said dwindling police resources in Britain could mean chief constables are not always able to send the numbers needed to help their PSNI colleagues.

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