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Decembers edition of Police magazine focuses on the reliability of recorded crime statistics and the role that PCC’s should take in ensuring that these figures accurately reflect reality.

 

It also takes a look back at the major events for the federation in 2013.

 

View the full magazine by following the link below:

 

Police Magazine - December 2013 (PDF)

There are no laws in place to specifically protect against attacks on Police Dogs and we are seeking to extend the cover a Police Officer receives in law.

Just as Assistance Dogs have been recognised as "representing an extension of the assisted person" - we wish for Police Dogs to be recognised as "representing an extension of their handler as a Police Officer".

We are therefore seeking for the law to recognise a Police Dog as a serving member of the Police Force and in turn treat any crime against a Police Dog as if they were a regular Police Officer.

Currently an assault against a Police Dog is merely treated as Criminal Damage.

We are campaigning to protect those Police Dogs who risk their lives to serve their communities.

Sign this petition: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/57585

The 4th seminar run by Police Money Matters is scheduled to be held on Tuesday 28th January between 11.00 am  and 1.30 pm at the Farmers Pub Broadway Yaxley.

The Seminar covers a number of subjects including changes to the Police Pension scheme, income and expenditure in retirement and how to approach Financial planning matters. The Seminar is open to all staff and there partners and a number of places are still available.

If you wish to attend contact should be made with Tony Harper on 077300 44021 who will book you a place.

Following the review of all public service pensions carried out by Lord Hutton, the Home Secretary announced the Government’s position on the long term reform of police pensions on 4th September 2012 when she published the Reform Design Framework for the 2015 Career Average Revalued Earnings (CARE) police pension scheme.