Read about the mother and daughter officers policing the county’s streets in the Christmas edition of Fedline, the magazine of Cambridgeshire Police Federation.
PC Charlie Brett and her mum, Special Constable Jackie Kelly, talk about their roles and how they came to be working for the Force together.
We shine a light on some of the winners at Cambridgeshire Police’s annual awards, including the Officer of the Year and the Chief Constable’s Grand Prix Employee of the Year.
We also meet the member who represented the Force at a Downing Street reception to mark the end of the Government’s Uplift recruitment programme.
Branch chair Liz Groom delivers her Christmas message and there’s a review of another busy year for Cambridgeshire Police Federation.
There’s a focus on a recent meeting Liz had with local MPs to highlight the unfair pay disparity between Cambridgeshire officers, who are not in receipt of the South East Allowance, and their colleagues in neighbouring forces who do get it.
And Liz also calls for tougher sentences for offenders who attack police officers.
Chief Inspector Kate Firman, chair of Cambridgeshire Women’s Network, talks about her ‘delight’ that the Force has been awarded the Menopause-Friendly Accreditation.
Meet the Federation member who is aiming to raise awareness of how to recognise and report disability hate crime.
Find out about the award-winning mental health join response car that’s making a difference to people in the county.
And hear about the former Cambridgeshire PC who, with his dog, is offering wellbeing support to officers.
It’s all in the Christmas edition of Fedline. Download your copy now.