Police forces are generally continuing to manage their resources well, according to the latest report into police efficiency, published by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services.
Two forces have been graded as ‘outstanding’, thirty forces as ‘good’, ten forces as ‘requiring...
Response to inspection into modern slavery
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services has carried out the first thematic inspection of the police response to modern slavery and human trafficking since the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act in 2015.
The report concluded that there were signs of...
Response to final IPCC report on Operation Kalmia
Responding to the reports issued by the IPCC on 4.10.2017 in concluding Op Kalmia, Chief Superintendent Dan Murphy, National Secretary, said:
"This report confirms there was no corruption and no conspiracy in this case, which our members have always maintained.
"Despite this, our members have been...
National Police Memorial Day 2017
The Association’s National Officers will represent the PSAEW at the National Police Memorial Day service in Cardiff on 24.9.2017.
The Memorial Day, now in its 144h year, honours police officers throughout the UK who have given their lives in the line of duty.
The service is held...
"Officers will feel their pay cap remains" - Superintendents
Responding to the announcement of the public sector pay award for 2017-18, National Secretary Dan Murphy said:
“Whilst we are pleased to see an increase, this pay award falls far short of what we believe officers deserve.
“Essentially, officers will feel their pay cap remains, because...