Police officers, staff and volunteers recognised in Queen's New Year's Honours
Police officers, staff and volunteers from forces across the
country have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.
Individuals from all ranks, and performing a wide range of roles
within the policing family, have been awarded honours for their services to policing.
President of the Police...
Men’s Health Awareness Month – a time to reflect on wellbeing
As we near the end of Men's Health Awareness Month, President Paul Griffiths discusses wellbeing issues within the Police Service:
November is known as ‘Men’s Health Awareness Month’, also termed ‘Movember’ by many, as people come together to raise funds and awareness for health conditions...
Pensions Challenge Update
Following a case management hearing in London on Monday 28th October, the seven staff associations who represent police officers throughout the United Kingdom have been granted interested party status to the Employment Tribunal tasked with determining the remedy to the discrimination caused by the transitional...
Annual Report 2018-19
The Annual Report of the Police Superintendents' Association for 2018-19 is now available to view.
President Paul Griffiths said:
"I take on the role of President, having served three years as Vice President, and it is with pride that I share the achievements and work of...
Project Cadmium 2 – Working Time Regulations Project
Project Cadmium 2 builds on Cadmium 1 which is the Association’s work to develop changes that support compliance with Working Time Regulations, 1998, and the wellbeing of Superintendents.
Project Cadmium 1 produced the following findings:
At the commencement of the project there were 1267 PSA members of which 326...