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Chair on Pay: Members Deserve the Pay Rise They Deserve

A proposed pay rise for officers of 1.3% has been labelled derisory by Staffordshire Police Federation.

It says the Home Office plan to set aside £70m for police officer salaries in 2019/20 represents a real term pay cut and won’t go anywhere near helping stressed-out officers cope with the hike in living costs.

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Cancelled Rest Days

A lot of officers believe that cancelled rest days are being unfairly allocated to the same persons over and over. The Federation have been made aware and have consulted with Cath Goodfellow over the issue

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Staffordshire Police Federation Secretary Glyn Pattinson is New Chair of the Police Federation National Detectives’ Forum

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The new Chair of the Police Federation National Detectives’ Forum (PFNDF) wants to encourage more existing officers to become detectives in a bid to turnaround a national shortfall in detective numbers.

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Demand, Capacity and Welfare survey makes for unpleasant reading, says Federation Chair

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More than eight in ten Staffordshire Police officers have experienced feelings of stress, low mood, anxiety, or other difficulties with their health and wellbeing in the past year.

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Staffordshire Police Federation Chair: It’s too little too late with NPCC backing of better pay for officers

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Police Chief Constables are backing pay rises for officers – but it’s all ‘too little, too late’.

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