Chief Superintendent Paul GriffithsVice President, Police Superintendents’ Association of England & Wales
‘Vulnerable’ is one of the most frequently used words in policing today.
Broadly speaking it is used as a term within a whole range of dreadful crimes, including child sexual exploitation, domestic abuse, female...
Potential for 67 Year Old Armed Police Officers
Pension Reforms – the potential to have armed police officers aged 67 within the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC)
Although there is a separate Police Federation for the CNC, the Constabulary’s Superintending ranks are part of the PSAEW. The CNC is not a ‘Home Office’ police...
Job Vacancy – National Secretary, PSAEW
ONLY OPEN TO SERVING SUPERINTENDENTS & CHIEF SUPERINTENDENTS IN ENGLAND & WALES
The full time post as the Association’s National Secretary will become vacant on 1st June 2017 when the current incumbent, Tim Jackson, vacates the role ahead of retiring from the Service.
The post is...
All Ranks raise concerns about changes to police bail
The Police Superintendents’ Association, Police Federation of England and Wales and the National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) have raised concerns with the Home Secretary about proposed changes to pre-charge bail.
Research published today by the College of Policing found that the vast majority of people...
Association marks National Police Memorial Day 2016
The Association’s National Officers are representing the PSAEW at the National Police Memorial Day service in London.
The Memorial Day, now in its 13th year, is an annual recognition of the duty and courage displayed by police officers.
The service honours officers throughout the UK who...