- Busy autumn could be turning point for officer welfare, says Apter
A raft of new policing related legislation on emergency driving, the Police Covenant and Specials being able to join the Federation will be contained in a new Policing Bill shaping up for the autumn says the Federation
- Leicestershire bids fond farewell to Caz Steptoe after 48 years' service
This week, after 48 years? service, Leicestershire Police is saying goodbye to Carolyn ?Caz? Steptoe as she leaves for her ?very well earned retirement?.
- Criminal justice lead appointed police board member of Sentencing Council
AC Nick Ephgrave to provide police perspective on particular types of offending
- Eating and exercise: how Humberside turned around welfare
Humberside Police has gone from inadequate to Oscar Kilo award winner in three years. Police Oracle interviews the force's Head of People Services Sarah Wilson and finds out how simple things such as bringing back staff gyms has helped
- First UK force achieves national equality and diversity standard
Avon and Somerset completes one year assessment process backed up by 600 pieces of supporting evidence
- Conservative MP pushing for more support for retired officers
Conservative MP Dehenna Davison has asked the Home Office what steps they?re taking to support the mental health and wellbeing of retired officers after meeting with the National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO).
- Tributes paid to an "outstanding" Hertfordshire sergeant
Family, friends and colleagues have been paying tribute to a ?much-loved and respected? Hertfordshire Police Sergeant who died on Friday 26 June after battling cancer.
- Lancashire chief constable to step down after 30 years with same force
Andy Rhodes who headed up the establishment of the national police wellbeing service will retire next year
- GMP Chief Constable Ian Hopkins wins Director of the Year
Greater Manchester Police?s Chief Constable, Ian Hopkins, has won the Public Sector category at the North West Institute of Directors (IoD) Director of the Year Awards 2020.
- Tri-force ACC retires after leading COVID-19 response
ACC Paul Fullwood, who is currently the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire (BCH) COVID-19 Gold Commander, is retiring after many years of police and army service.
- Government offers 2.5% pay rise
The government has offered a 2.5% pay rise to police officers in England and Wales ? exactly half what the leaders of frontline officers had asked for. But the Fed has called it "a step in the right direction".
- College report on direct entry schemes shows low numbers in post
The College of Policing has published a five-year report on its Direct Entry Schemes, claiming they ?can work? despite high costs and low uptake across forces.
- All change as BTP deputy joins Chief in retirement announcement
The British Transport Police is set to change its two most senior leaders. The search is on for a new Deputy Chief Constable as well as a new Chief after DCC Adrian Hanstock revealed he is standing down.
- Home Office claims officer numbers have exceeded 130,000 due to uplift
Figures not based on Full Time Equivalents but uplift shows that 78,000 applicants received in first six months
- Derbyshire picks DCC for top post
Derbyshire has boosted the ranks of female chief constables with its latest appointment. Rachel Swann, who is currently the Deputy Chief Constable, is stepping up the PCC has announced.
- Getting into policing quickly
Nottinghamshire hopes that street duty ready students who have taken a two-year degree course and served as Specials will prove an attractive alternative during the officer uplift programme.