Family Law Services from Garstangs Burrows Bussin

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Family law services – preferential rates from Garstangs Burrows Bussin                 Garstangs Burrows Bussin’s family law department has a wealth of specialist expertise in the field. From our offices in London, Manchester and Bolton we provide family law assistance throughout England and Wales in the following areas:- Divorce […]

Weightmans LLP

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Weightmans LLP is a top 45 national law firm offering a full range of legal services for private clients.  They are keen to develop a relationship with the PSAEW and to make these services available to our members.  They have eight offices across the UK (Birmingham, Dartford, Glasgow, Knutsford, Leicester, Liverpool, London and Manchester). Weightmans enjoy an […]

College of Policing Digest – October 2014

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The October 2014 edition of the College of Policing Digest is available at www.college.police.uk/digest If you are on POLKA, you can also find the latest Digest and back editions in the Knowledge Bank community by clicking here This month’s edition of the Digest contains a summary of issues relating to police law, operational policing practice […]

PSAEW launches a new affinity scheme with Sytner Affinity

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PSAEW launches a new affinity scheme with Sytner Affinity  Sytner Affinity are delighted to offer Police Supers Members preferential terms across 20 leading motoring brands on both new and over 4,000 approved used cars. Exclusive special offers are available as well as competitive funding options, free home delivery, part-exchange options and a guaranteed 10% discount […]

Death of a Member of the PSAEW’s National Office Team

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The death is announced of Peter Williams, QPM, a member of the PSAEW’s National Office Team It is with great sadness that we announce the death, which took place yesterday (Tuesday, 16th September), of the Association’s Marketing Manager, Peter Williams, QPM. Peter was taken ill recently whilst on holiday but appeared to be recovering at […]

Death of Former President of the PSAEW

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Michael Bricknell, QPM, a former President of the PSAEW sadly passed away on Friday, 5th September 2014. Michael Edward BRICKNELL QPM 1930 – 2014 Mike was born in Weston-Super-Mare and attended school in Bristol, Jersey and Reading. After 2 years army service in the Royal Artillery he joined the former Reading Borough Police in 1950. […]

Police Mutual – Superintendents’ Pre-Retirement Courses

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Have you got 12 months or less to retire? If so, you’ve probably been thinking about it for a while, but are you financially and emotionally ready? With so many important decisions to make, you owe it to yourself to be prepared. We’re proud to be the leading provider of financial education to the Police […]

Survey Shows Worrying Workloads for Superintendents

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A survey of Superintendents and Chief Superintendents in England and Wales has revealed a varied approach to the way their welfare and workloads are managed by their forces. The poll of more than 1,000 officers, carried out by the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales, reveals a concerning picture in some forces of commanding […]

PSAEW Female Members Survey Results

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The PSAEW recognises the need and value in having a work force that is more representative of the communities we serve.  Whilst there has been progress at junior levels, representation of women at Superintending level remains low. To help understand the issues the PSAEW surveyed all female members to ascertain their perceptions of routes to progression and […]

Review of Police Medical Appeals Boards

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Do you have any involvement with, or experience of, Ill Health Retirements, Injury on Duty Awards and subsequent appeals to Police Medical Appeals Boards (PMAB)?  The College of Policing has been commissioned to undertake a review of PMABs and the various stages leading up to them with a view to identifying best practice. This letter […]

PSAEW Welcomes Code of Ethics laid before Parliament

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The PSAEW is delighted that the Code of Ethics has today been enshrined as a Code of Practice issued by the College of Policing.  As one of the stakeholders, we have been closely involved in the development of the Code of Ethics from the very outset, and we are very pleased to endorse the finished […]

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Motor Source Group – Looking For a New Car?

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Looking for a new car?  Great deals for members of the PSAEW from the Motor Source Group         Motor Source Group (www.police.motorsourcegroup.com) provide exclusive car discounts for Police Officers, Police Staff and retired Police. Save up to 30% off your next new car with Motor Source on a wide range of brands […]

BMW & MINI – PSAEW Affinity Programme

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Available to Members Only BMW Group-UK Forces are delighted to offer the members of PSAEW preferential benefits on all new BMW and MINI models throughout the entire range. This specialist department provides an exclusive Affinity programme that is designed to make the purchase of your new BMW or MINI a pleasurable one stop experience. Current […]

Police Clubs Financial – Financial Advisory Service

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Police Clubs Financial provide a bespoke independent financial advisory service to Senior Police Officers and their families throughout the UK.  As the only Independent Financial Adviser firm, endorsed by the RUC Athletic Association, we have an enviable track record of providing professional holistic advice, across many financial planning areas for our clients. This includes both […]

Regulation A19 Judgement

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On Wednesday 5th February 2014 the PSAEW received the judgement from the Employment Tribunal  judges in respect of the ET claims that we lodged on behalf of five ex-members who were compulsorily retired by the application of Regulation A19 (Police Pension Regulations) nearly two years ago.  A copy of the full judgement is linked below. […]

Invitation to join the Subject Matter Expert Panel

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One of the most important aspects of any assessment process is that the tasks and exercises that candidates are asked to complete realistically reflect the challenges that candidates will face in the role should they be selected. Furthermore, by ensuring that the abilities and behaviours that successful candidates are expected to demonstrate come from those […]

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2014 Personal Resilience Survey Launched

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The PSAEW launched its Personal Resilience Survey for 2014 on Monday, 20th January.  The survey is undertaken ‘on line’ and members will have until Monday, 3rd  February to complete it.  This is the sixth occasion on which the PSAEW has surveyed all of its membership around health, well-being and working environments.  The surveys are, for […]

Association LGBT Representative – Action Plan

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The Association’s LGBT Reserve member, Chief Superintendent Mike Gallagher has developed an LGBT action plan. The plan has been endorsed by the Association’s Human Resources Business Area. Details of Mike’s plan are below. ‘………The Association will harness and develop the skills, talents and opportunities of its membership, assisting them to maximise their full potential as […]

NEC Member to Walk the Welsh Coastal Path

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One of the PSAEW’s National Executive Committee members, Detective Superintendent Paul Griffiths from Gwent Police, has committed to a new challenge in 2014 – he is going to walk the entire length of the Welsh coastal path, a total of 870 Miles! He will begin his journey in January 2014 in North Wales, and aims to […]

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Superintendents’ Working Hours – FAQs

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The Association’s Command Resilience Group has prepared the below answers to frequently asked questions about Superintending ranks working hours. Do I have to work a 40 hour week? The Police Regulations 2003 (the “Regulations”) do not make any specific provision for the required weekly working hours for a Superintendent.  This is different from Constables and […]

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