Policies

These policies are statements of the belief or intent of the Police Federation of England and Wales on key issues affecting us and our members. They are formed by the Interim National Board (INB) and help implement our aims and objectives. How we develop policy is captured here.

Crime and criminal justice

Alcohol limits

Crime recording

Criminal justice system

Cybercrime

Devolution of policing in Wales

Restorative justice

Victims

Volume crime


Operational policing

Autism and learning disabilities

Body-worn cameras

CBRN (Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear)

Detectives

Firearms

Local policing

Mental health

Mutual aid

Neighbourhood policing

Office of Constable

Police and Community Support Officers (PCSOs)

Protection against infection (blood-borne viruses)

Roads

Single crewing

Special Constabulary

Special operations and conflict management

Stalking

Stop and search

Taser

TETRA (Terrestrial trunked radio, formerly Airwave)

Uniform and equipment

Use of police vehicles in place of ambulances
 

Organisational development

Collaboration

Force amalgamations

ICT (Information and communication technology)

Independent Review

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs)

Privatisation

Procurement

Royal Commission

Transparency and accountability
 

Professional development and integrity

College of Policing

Disability

Ethics, integrity and professional

Equal pay

Equality, diversity and human rights

Fitness testing

Harassment and bullying

Health and safety

Pay and conditions

Pensions

Police accountability

Wellbeing