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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED POLICE OFFICERS Wolverhampton Branch SECRETARY & TREASURER Paul Snape Telephone: 01543 577805 Wolverhampton Borough Police, West Midlands Constabulary, West Midlands Police
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Please see Circular 13/18  regarding a change to the Police Injury [Benefit] Regulations 2006 which changes the circumstances in which Employment and Support Allowance is deducted from an Injury Pension, which rectifies what in our view was an unfairness created by the previous amendment.

Please note this change comes into effect on 30th March 2018 but is retrospective to take effect from 10th February 2017.

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Windermere, Lake District

Owned and run by Andy and Tracey Bebbington.

This guesthouse is immaculate and exceptionally well run with those extra little touches that are rare.

This is highly recommended!

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Help the Police Federation celebrate 100 years

Next year the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) celebrates its 100th anniversary. The organisation will mark the occasion by highlighting key milestones in the Federation’ history and sharing stories, pictures and memories from officers over the years.

The Federation would love to hear your stories of your time as a serving officer. In particular they are looking for stories around these subjects:

Officers that served during key moments in policing history;

Female officers that can remember the equal pay act coming in;

Reflections on how different policing was in the past;

Amusing stories about the uniform, personal protection equipment, police stations etc.;

Recognition/awards given/special commendations;

Special moments in your policing career –  e.g. helping someone special

How the Federation may have helped you.

If you would like to share your story, please get in touch with Ally Crouch, PFEW Campaigns Officer, on alison.crouch@polfed.org or call 01372 352052.