(L: Ch Supt Paul Griffiths - R: Ch Supt Ian Wylie)
Chief Superintendent Paul Griffithshas been elected as the new President of the Police Superintendents’ Association.
Chief Superintendent Ian Wylie has been elected as the Association’s new Vice President.
Both appointments will begin on March 25th when the PSA...
Provision of audio and visual support
Provision of audio and visual support to the PSA annual conference
Bids are sought for a contract to provide audio and visual support to the Association's Annual Conferences for the years 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Our Annual Conference is a prestigious event in the policing calendar,...
President's Christmas message
As I write this I reflect on the past year, which is my last as President of our Association.
It has been challenging, eventful, and above all demanding for policing as a whole - a situation that shows no sign of changing soon.
I am conscious...
Supers President: policing still needs more investment
Responding to the Home Office’s announcement of the police funding settlement for 2019-20, Association President Gavin Thomas said:
“Whilst I welcome this injection of funding, it is still far short of what the service requires in order to effectively meet the challenges of 21st century...
Association welcomes Commons report on police funding
The House of Commons Public Accounts Committee has published the findings of its inquiry into the financial sustainability of police forces.
The report makes five recommendations for the Home Office:
develop better measurements of both crime and non-crime demand for police services and use these to...