Staff associations and networks have a very influential and positive role in the wellbeing of emergency services staff across the country – our work is designed to complement this and we’ll work alongside staff associations and networks to ensure that people have access to a range of services and support, wherever they choose to seek it from.
The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) is the staff association for police constables, sergeants and inspectors (including chief inspectors). They are one of the largest staff associations in the UK representing over 130,000 rank and file officers.
Police Superintendents’ Association
The Police Superintendents’ Association represents Superintendents and Chief Superintendents in 47 police forces – the 43 Home Office forces, British Transport Police, Civil Nuclear Constabulary, Isle of Man Constabulary, and the Bermuda Police Service.
UNISON is the UK’s largest union, serving more than 1.3 million members. They represent full-time and part-time staff who provide public services, although they may be employed in both the public and private sectors
Disabled Police Association
The Disabled Police Association are the national body representing disability support networks from police forces across the UK. Their main aim, and a key part of their strategic vision is to promote equality of opportunity for disabled people working within the extended police family. They offer free membership to members of the UK policing and law enforcement family, and a newsletter subscription for all their supporters.
National Police Autism Association
We are an independent group supporting – and run by – UK police officers, staff and volunteers who are affected by autism (including Asperger syndrome) and other neurodiverse conditions such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and depression. We welcome all police personnel with a personal, family or professional interest in these conditions. The NPAA offers free membership to members of the UK policing and criminal justice community.