The autumn issue of Cambridgeshire Police Federation magazine Fedline is out now and available to view online.
The new edition features coverage of the roles branch members carried out during operation London Bridge after the death of the Queen plus reports from the National Police Memorial Day service in Belfast, the PUT cycle ride and the COPS service of remembrance.
Cambridgeshire Police Bravery Award nominee Dave Bryne, who broke up a knife fight while off duty, tells Fedline about his experiences in Downing Street and at the London ceremony.
There is a profile on previous bravery award nominee PC Leo Clarke who suffered serious head injuries when he was attacked by a 28-year-old man after responding to an emergency call.
The magazine also carries news reports on Special Constables joining the Police Federation, reaction to some forces being placed in special measures and updates on the campaign for a posthumous medal for officers who are killed while on duty.