Former PSA President recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours List
Former PSA President, Chief Superintendent Gavin Thomas, has received an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Gavin, who retired in March this year, after serving as President for three years, has received the honour in recognition of his services to policing.
Gavin served as...
Disability – a neglected or protected characteristic?
PSA President Paul Griffiths discusses the importance of ensuring our police forces represent the rich and diverse groups that make up our communities, with a focus on disability.
For a long time, the police service has been criticised for failing to represent the communities it...
PSA President set to take on Europe’s longest river walk to support police rehabilitation centre
President of the Police
Superintendents’ Association, Paul Griffiths, is getting ready to take on his
8th charity challenge, this year in aid of Flint House Police Rehabilitation
On Thursday 4th
July, Paul will begin walking the entire length of the River Thames – covering
180 miles. The river walk...
'Victims of their own dedication'
To mark national Mental Health Awareness Week, President Paul Griffiths talks about the serious issues facing the policing service went it comes to officer and staff wellbeing.
"Despite the regular attention given to mental health through national campaigns, such as this week’s ‘Mental Health Awareness...
Association response to HMICFRS report
HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has today published an integrated PEEL report, focusing on the effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy of the first round of police forces. It comments that police forces are generally performing well but 'cracks are widening'....