FedCast 2: Advice for members on conduct and discipline
21 February 2019
Supporting members through difficult times is one of the main reasons we exist. More often than not, those difficult times stem from unfounded conduct or performance complaints.
Episode two in our podcast series shines a light on our work in this area and offers advice to members should they find themselves under investigation.
Listen to National Chair John Apter, Conduct and Performance Lead Phill Matthews, and broadcaster Ian Collins discussing the following topics:
- New discipline regulations
- Unfounded cases/complaints
- Our relationship with the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC)
- Long investigations and mental health
- Moving towards a performance/learning culture
- Support available for members from the Fed
- Advice for members
- Questions from members
Other topics covered include, our relationship with the Government, police funding and the question of industrial rights for police officers.
How to listen to our FedCasts
Listening to a podcast is similar to listening to a radio programme. It is a digital audio file that can be streamed or downloaded from the internet and listened to on various digital devices and through numerous online services. A lot of people listen on their phone, but you can also listen on a desktop PC.
Missed FedCast 1 on pensions, pay and police drivers?
You can listen to FedCast 1 here - you should also be able to find us on your iPhone or iPad using the default Podcasts app on the homescreen, on an Android device via the Google Podcasts App as well as on Spotify, Stitcher and TuneIn.
Thank you to officers who have fed back to us on our first episode; many found it really helpful to be able to listen to our updates on the go.
Our next FedCast
The next FedCast episode will feature Mr Apter and Operational Policing Lead Simon Kempton. Topics up for discussion will include, kit, single-crewing, fitness testing and our relationship with the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC).
If you have a question for this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us at @PFEW_HQ by 11 March using #AskFed.
Find out more about FedCast.