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The Suffolk Police Federation Magazine is now available to view online. This issue contains articles including:

The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) submission to the Police Remuneration Review Body (PRRB) was 2.8% pay award and provided compelling evidence to support this. The PRRB recommended a pay increase of 2% consolidated. The Home Office delayed the publishing of the pay award and it now becomes obvious why. They have gone against the PRRB recommendation and needed time to plan their argument and the backlash they knew they would get.

The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) is funded in part by police officers who pay subscriptions from their wages. It is not a public body and not funded by the public and is the only staff association to be subject to Freedom of Information (FoI), which came into effect for the PFEW in April 2017. Much of the information you may ask for may already be on this website, so please take the time to search for what you need first.

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A campaign is underway to get legislation changed, to ensure that officers who engage in pursuit and response drives can be afforded better protection.

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Simon Kempton, lead on digital policing, wants to see an improvement in police IT.

Congratulations to Nikki Holley, who has been nominated for a bravery award:

The Suffolk Police Federation June 2017 Magazine is now available to view online. This issue contains articles including:

“Enough is enough” in policing cutbacks. That’s the message today from the union representing rank-and-file officers in Suffolk. To find out more, please click here.

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