Association President Gavin Thomas has welcomed the award of £7.5million of funding for a National Police Welfare Service.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the professionalism of the police during a period of four terrorist incidents in as many months had been “truly humbling”. She also highlighted...
National Secretary Tim Jackson retires from policing
Association National Secretary Tim Jackson is retiring from policing after 37 years in the service.
His departure comes after more than six years as a national officer of the Association, first as National Deputy Secretary and then National Secretary.
He was awarded the QPM for services to...
Hillsborough charges: PSAEW statement
The Crown Prosecution Service has today (28.6.2017) announced that it will be bringing charges against six people in relation to the Hillsborough disaster.
Association National Secretary Tim Jackson said:
"This has been a long and extremely difficult process for everyone involved and our thoughts and sympathies...
LGBT Police Network Annual Report
LGBT Network Annual Report
The National LGBT Police Network have recently published their Annual Report, linked below.
It includes input from the Association’s LGBT representative on the National Executive Committee, Clinton Blackburn, who also represents the LGBT Network’s SE region.
LGBT Police Network Annual Report 2017
Superintendents: ask the public what they want their police to do
The body that represents senior operational police leaders says the public must now be asked what it wants and expects from the police service.
Policing then needs enough funding to properly carry out this role, said Gavin Thomas, President of the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales.
Chief Superintendent Thomas...