FedCast - Episode 4
FedCast
by Police Federation
2y ago
The latest episode of the Police Federation of England and Wales’ podcast FedCast features National Chair John Apter and Equality Lead Peggy Lamont discussing what the Federation is doing to tackle discrimination and combat inequality. Hosted by Ian Collins, this edition also includes an update on the progress PFEW has made in securing legal recognition for the specialised skills trained police drivers possess, and we hear about the National Chair’s busy late shift spent with officers from Brixton.   ..read more
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FedCast - Episode 3
FedCast
by Police Federation
2y ago
Hosted by Ian Collins the latest episode of our podcast “FedCast” features National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales John Apter and its Operational Policing Lead Simon ‘Kenny’ Kempton discussing issues facing frontline officers including the surge in violent crime, access to Taser, Body Worn Video and Spit guards, as well as highlighting the good work the Federation is doing to ensure that officers on Mutual Aid get the allowances they are entitled to. We take questions from members – via twitter @PFEW_HQ or email communications@polfed.org – so please do get involved ..read more
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FedCast - Episode 1
FedCast
by Police Federation
2y ago
Police pensions are at the top of the list to discuss in our inaugural FedCast with National Police Federation Chair John Apter.  Presented by Ian Collins and with guest National Police Federation Secretary Alex Duncan, the trio tackle the current situation with pensions following the Court of Appeal recently ruling that the introduction of transitional protections to judges’ and firefighters’ pensions was not a proportionate means to achieving a legitimate aim.  The complex issues surrounding the judgement and our position are explained clearly answering questions including ‘Why did ..read more
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FedCast 5: Why politicians must recalibrate their relationship with policing
FedCast
by Police Federation
3y ago
In the latest edition of The Police Federation on England and Wales’ FedCast, National Chair John Apter is joined by Operational Policing Lead Simon Kempton.  Hosted by Ian Collins, this episode focuses on President Trump’s recent State Visit and the work the Federation has done to ensure their members’ physical and financial welfare was safeguarded. And as the Conservative Leadership contest hots up, the panel discuss why it is vital that whoever becomes the next PM prioritises policing.    ..read more
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FedCast - Episode 2
FedCast
by Police Federation
3y ago
Supporting members through difficult times is one of the main reasons the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) exists. More often than not, those difficult times stem from unfounded conduct or performance complaints. National Chair John Apter, Conduct and Performance Lead Phill Matthews, and broadcaster Ian Collins shine a light on PFEW’s work in this area and offer advice to members who find themselves under investigation. This episode also covers our input on new discipline regulations, our work with the Independent Office for Police Conduct to reduce the length of investigations, a ..read more
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FedCast 5: Why politicians must recalibrate their relationship with policing
FedCast
by Police Federation
4y ago
In the latest edition of The Police Federation on England and Wales’ FedCast, National Chair John Apter is joined by Operational Policing Lead Simon Kempton.  Hosted by Ian Collins, this episode focuses on President Trump’s recent State Visit and the work the Federation has done to ensure their members’ physical and financial welfare was safeguarded. And as the Conservative Leadership contest hots up, the panel discuss why it is vital that whoever becomes the next PM prioritises policing ..read more
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FedCast - Episode 4
FedCast
by Police Federation
4y ago
The latest episode of the Police Federation of England and Wales’ podcast FedCast features National Chair John Apter and Equality Lead Peggy Lamont discussing what the Federation is doing to tackle discrimination and combat inequality. Hosted by Ian Collins, this edition also includes an update on the progress PFEW has made in securing legal recognition for the specialised skills trained police drivers possess, and we hear about the National Chair’s busy late shift spent with officers from Brixton ..read more
Visit website
FedCast - Episode 3
FedCast
by Police Federation
4y ago
Hosted by Ian Collins the latest episode of our podcast “FedCast” features National Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales John Apter and its Operational Policing Lead Simon ‘Kenny’ Kempton discussing issues facing frontline officers including the surge in violent crime, access to Taser, Body Worn Video and Spit guards, as well as highlighting the good work the Federation is doing to ensure that officers on Mutual Aid get the allowances they are entitled to. We take questions from members – via twitter @PFEW_HQ or email communications@polfed.org – so please do get involved ..read more
Visit website
FedCast - Episode 2
FedCast
by Police Federation
4y ago
Supporting members through difficult times is one of the main reasons the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) exists. More often than not, those difficult times stem from unfounded conduct or performance complaints. National Chair John Apter, Conduct and Performance Lead Phill Matthews, and broadcaster Ian Collins shine a light on PFEW’s work in this area and offer advice to members who find themselves under investigation. This episode also covers our input on new discipline regulations, our work with the Independent Office for Police Conduct to reduce the length of investigations, a ..read more
Visit website
FedCast - Episode 1
FedCast
by Police Federation
4y ago
Police pensions are at the top of the list to discuss in our inaugural FedCast with National Police Federation Chair John Apter.  Presented by Ian Collins and with guest National Police Federation Secretary Alex Duncan, the trio tackle the current situation with pensions following the Court of Appeal recently ruling that the introduction of transitional protections to judges’ and firefighters’ pensions was not a proportionate means to achieving a legitimate aim.  The complex issues surrounding the judgement and our position are explained clearly answering questions including ‘Why did the Feder ..read more
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