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...
Association responds to two-force merger discussions
The PSAEW has welcomed the announcement by Dorset Police and Devon and Cornwall Police of the intention to explore a possible merger.
The announcement came on the final day of the Association’s annual conference, where the issue of the 43-force structure of policing in England and...
President’s Awards honour exceptional achievements by Superintendents
Outstanding work by Superintendents across the country in child protection, armed policing and running one of the country’s biggest commands has been recognised in this year’s Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales President’s Awards.
The awards, sponsored by Police Mutual, are presented at the...
Vice President's address to Conference 2017 - the vulnerability equation
The Vulnerability Equation
Vulnerable is one of the most frequently used words in policing today. The words vulnerable and vulnerability appear in HMIC’s 2016 State of Policing report 75 times.
How policing deals with vulnerable people and how it manages the demand from vulnerability are some...