Spring magazine out now


PUBLISHED 03 Apr 2024

IN News

The spring edition of Fedline, the magazine of Cambridgeshire Police Federation, is full of news and views from your branch and is available to download now.

Chair Liz Groom welcomes the introduction of the new Elizabeth Emblem to officially recognise the sacrifice of fallen officers.

Liz also talks about balancing her policing career with raising a child with autism for Neurodiversity Celebration Week.

Read about the successful International Women’s Day Conference that was attended by the most senior female police officers in Jordan.

We also look at how the Force has become only the fifth in the country to be awarded Menopause-Friendly Accreditation.

Meet the Federation rep who joined the service to help people and is now using his skills and experience to help colleagues.

And hear from the Federation member who has found the job she loves after qualifying as a detective through the Force’s Accelerated Detective Programme.

There’s a review of the Federation’s Roads Police Seminar with a call to make it a priority to bring down the shocking numbers of deaths on the UK’s roads.

The spotlight is shone on work to build a new police station in Milton and there’s a focus on new mental health and addiction support for members.

It’s all in the spring edition of Fedline, which is available online now.