Paul Griffiths gives his thoughts on beginning his new role as Association President and outlines his priorities over the next three years.
"It is with enormous pride that I take on the role of President of the Police Superintendents’ Association.
I begin the role at...
"We're asking the wrong questions" - President on police budgets
Association President Paul Griffiths has called for a major independent review of policing that will give the service the ability to plan and budget long-term.
Writing in Public Finance magazine in his first article as President, Chief Superintendent Griffiths says "the wrong questions" are...
Association support to PFEW
Association President Paul Griffiths has offered his full support to the Police Federation of England and Wales following the cyber attacks that have affected the organisation, and its subsequent decision to cancel its national conference.
Ch Supt Griffiths said:
"We fully understand the difficult...
New President begins three-year term
(L: Paul Griffiths R: Ian Wylie)
Chief Superintendent Paul Griffiths begins his three-year term as President as the Association's National Executive Committee holds its Annual General Meeting today (25.3.19).
He is joined by Chief Superintendent Ian Wylie as the Association’s new Vice President.
President: recent change hasn't helped public or service
Association President Gavin Thomas says some recent police reform has not improved policing for the public, officers or the service itself.
Writing in Police Professional as he approaches the end of his term as President, Chief Superintendent Thomas says the service has become more professional,...