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Tag: OFFICER WELFARE

Showing Stories from 24th June 2019 to 21st January 2021
Hampshire PCC looks to increase precept to pay for 50 officers

Hampshire PCC looks to increase precept to pay for 50 officers

(04/01/21) He says last year's investment in officer welfare gave force 'one of lowest sickness rates in the country'.

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Year review: so long 2020

Year review: so long 2020

(31/12/20) Gary Mason selects some highs and lows from an unprecedented year for UK policing.

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Thames Valley in mourning after death of serving officer

Thames Valley in mourning after death of serving officer

(29/12/20) Devastated Thames Valley officers are raising concerns over mental health and welfare following the death of a colleague.

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(13/10/20) More welfare support part of updated undercover policing guidance (13/10/20) More welfare support part of updated undercover policing guidance (03/09/20) Comment: a pandemic of abuse (02/09/20) Comment: silent killers (19/08/20) Police Rehabilitation centre to reopen on September 7 after lockdown (13/08/20) Sick leave accounts for 53 per cent of officers on long term absence (31/07/20) Rest days: who's counting? (20/07/20) Head injuries common among officers, study suggests (20/07/20) Head injuries common among officers, study suggests (20/07/20) Head injuries common among officers, study suggests (20/07/20) Head injuries common among officers, study suggests (20/07/20) Head injuries common among officers, study suggests (20/07/20) Head injuries common among officers, study suggests (17/06/20) Novichok poisoning officer has tried to return to work three times (04/06/20) Police Mutual reps vote to become part of Royal London group (03/04/20) CSA: why we must manage vicarious trauma among investigators (27/03/20) Interview: South Wales Chief Constable Matt Jukes (15/01/20) The rehabilitation service (06/01/20) The Brief: Private lives in the public eye (22/10/19) CSA: the need for digital buffers (10/10/19) Drug dealer jailed for repeatedly stabbing officer in park attack (07/10/19) Officer injured in suspected hit-and-run emerges from coma (02/10/19) PFEW to Prime Minister: We'll not forgive you if you break promises (24/09/19) Officer praised for 'incredible' bravery after attack by violent offender (01/07/19) 'On the streets of Britain an officer is attacked every 20 minutes' (24/06/19) ACC vows to 'keep on contributing' despite Motor Neurone Disease diagnosis
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