Police Money Matters (PMM) Retirement Seminar

Tuesday 5th June 2018  at 11.30am

Venue:     

West Mercia Police Federation, 

United House, 

1 De Salis Drive,

Hampton Lovett,

Droitwitch,

WR9 0QE.

 

Agenda:            

Tea & Coffee at 11.15am for an 11.30am Start

Short break at 12.30pm

Buffet Lunch at 13.30pm and finish

 

Seminar Topics Will Include:

 •   Income & Expenditure in Retirement

•   Regular Reviews in Retirement

 

If you are due to retire within the next three years then you are very welcome to attend. 

You can register a place by contacting: gillian.wilson@campbellfm.com or telephone: 0844 3814 280.

PFEW Chair reflects on 25 years since Stephen Lawrence murder

23 April 2018

Calum Macleod, Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales reflects on 25 years since Stephen Lawrence murder.

Stephen Lawrence was murdered by a gang of racist thugs in South East London twenty-five years ago – a tragic event that was to become a seminal moment in British cultural and policing history.

This weekend was one of reflection for Stephen and his family, and about the issues surrounding the whole case and the policing investigation of it.

Read the article on polfed.org Newsroom

Calum Macleod, Chair of the Police Federation of England and Wales

Win back the value of your car insurance with Police Mutual

Win back the value of your car insurance!*

As a member of West Mercia Police Federation, not only could Police Mutual help you save money on your car insurance, but they are also giving you an opportunity to win back the cost of that insurance policy!

Simply take out car insurance by 30 April 2018 with Police Mutual and automatically get entered into the draw to win back the cost of your insurance*

Furthermore, if you switch from your current provider to Police Mutual, they’ll pay any cancellation fee that you may be charged up to £125.  So why not give them a try to see if they can save you money on the price of your car insurance.

Police Mutual car insurance is provided by RSA Insurance Group plc.

This offer is also open to your family members. This includes partners, parents, brothers, sisters, children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and in-laws.

It’s no surprise that on average someone insures with Police Mutual every 6 minutes**. Why not join them?

To get a quote today, call 0800 111 4739, or you can find out more by visiting www.policemutual.co.uk/insurance

Many thanks,

The Police Mutual team

*As a new customer simply take out car insurance by 30 April 2018 and automatically get entered into the draw to be 1 of 5 people to win back the cost of your insurance for a year, up to the value of £1,000. Policy renewals excluded, terms & conditions apply.

**Calculation is based on 90,895 live motor policies which includes new business and renewals as at 28 Feb 2018. 

 

West Mercia Police Federation is an Introducer Appointed Representative of PMGI Limited, trading as Police Mutual, is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered in England & Wales No. 1073408. Registered office: Alexandra House, Queen Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6QS.

Calls to 0800 numbers are free from UK landlines and mobiles. For your security, all telephone calls are recorded and may be monitored.

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Detective Awards

The Police Federation National Detectives’ Forum (PFNDF) Awards recognise the very best of detective policing throughout England and Wales and form part of a two-day seminar for detective representatives, organised by our National Detectives’ Forum.

Detective Awards

Nominations are now open

Police Appearance Standards

New National Guidance on appearance standards for police officers has been put in place and accepted as best practice by the College of Policing. The purpose of the new document is to provide officers and staff with clear direction on their appearance, so that they present a professional image while also being allowed some self-expression.

Click the following link to read the full story on polfed.org

http://polfed.org/campaigning/3629.aspx

Lusty Glaze Holiday Home

22 The Watermark, Lusty Glaze Road, Newquay TR7 3AS

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Our holiday home is a terraced house with sea glimpses benefiting from reverse
accommodation with three en-suite bedrooms sleeping a total of 6, spacious lounge/diner/kitchen, and private outdoor space.

It is situated in 17 acres of private headland within the grounds of the Glendorgal Hotel. There is direct access to Porth Beach, Lusty Glaze Beach and the coastal path from the grounds of the hotel. Guests can use the bar and restaurant within the hotel and for a small charge the gym and indoor pool facilities.

The property has it’s own parking space with extra communal parking available.

Newquay itself is the surfing capital of Europe, Padstow is only 12 miles up the coast and the beautiful cathedral city of Truro is about 15 miles away.

Rental Periods during Peak times are Fri to Fri (7 Nights). In Off Peak times it is also available Fri to Mon (3 Nights) and Mon to Fri (5 Nights).

Maximum occupancy of 6.

Discounts off normal rates if you are a member of the Federation (10%) and Group Insurance Scheme (25%). Please email staff@wmpf.polfed.org for more information.

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RENTAL COST 2018


WEST MERCIA SERVICES MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
West Mercia Police Federation, United House, 1 De Salis Drive, Hampton Lovett, Droitwich WR9 0QE
Phone: 01905 744500 Email: staff@wmpf.polfed.org

 

Police Bravery Awards – July 2017

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Find out more at www.polfed.org/bravery


Two West Mercia officers who tackled a man who had doused himself in petrol

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PC Steven BLOOMER (left) and PC Phil PARKE (right)

Two West Mercia officers who tackled a man who had doused himself in petrol have been nominated for a national Police Bravery Award.

PC Philip Parke and PC Steven Bloomer of West Mercia Police braved the risk of being set on fire in order to rescue a woman from her violent ex-husband.

The officers went to an address in Telford on 25 March 2015 where a woman’s screams had been heard. They discovered the suspect inside, armed with a can of petrol. He had doused himself and his victim and was threatening to burn the house down.

PC Bloomer rushed to the man, preventing him from striking a match and released the woman from his grip. PC Parke sprayed him with PAVA and, after a violent struggle, the two officers managed to subdue him. Both officers suffered minor cuts and chemical burns that required hospital treatment and the female victim had suffered significant chemical burns.

It transpired her ex-husband was on bail for raping her. He later pleaded guilty and was convicted for attempted murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.

Chair of the West Mercia Police Federation, Russ Yeomans, said: “These officers showed supreme courage in tackling this man, knowing full well that petrol could have ignited at any moment. The victim said later that there is no doubt in her mind that she would have been killed had they not arrived when they did.”

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“We went in and we could see that there was blood and glass all over the floor, petrol had been strewn all over the kitchen.”

PC Steven Bloomer and PC Philip Parke describe the moment they attended the call which resulted in their nomination for a #PoliceBravery award.

PC Bloomer: “We were sent to a domestic related incident in the Stirchley area of Telford. When we arrived, the gentleman was on the driveway, telling us to go down the side of the house. He was the gentleman who had called us, and said there’s obviously something going on. Next door he heard mayhem, chaos etcetera. We went through a narrow alleyway, in between the two houses, and we could see that the door had been smashed in. The blind was blowing in the wind.”

PC Parke: “The venetian blind, yes”

PC Bloomer: “We went in and we could see that there was blood and glass all over the floor, petrol had been strewn all over the kitchen. And stood there, literally, in the kitchen about ten yards away, was a guy. He had his arm around a lady like this, he’d covered himself in petrol, her in petrol, and he was there with matches, trying to light them. At which point we decided to go in and tackle the guy, pull the said lady away, didn’t we? She made her escape across all the glass, cut her feet to ribbons, but she was taken care of by the paramedics. We ended up having a bit of a roll around with this guy, he didn’t want to come in. And he was restrained, arrested and detained.”

When asked if they would do the same thing again, this is what they had to say..

PC Parke: “Absolutely. Obviously it’s part of our duty. We didn’t know what we were going to go into on that particular day in question, and we did exactly what all of our colleagues around the country would have done. When faced with a situation like that you have to react and you have to get involved, so absolutely.”

And how proud were they to be nominated for the award..

PC Parke: “Very proud indeed.”

PC Bloomer: “Yes very proud. It’s a pleasure to be here. Good time. We’re amongst a lot of police officers here who have all done extremely brave things. Like Phil said, it’s something that we are very proud to be here, but we’re also proud to be with all the other people here as well, because it’s a fantastic occasion, it’s a pleasure. But we don’t want to overemphasise the fact that we are here, amongst other police officers as well, and we’re all very proud to be here, not just us. It’s a great honour.”

Officers reluctant to seek help for mental health

More needs to be done to tackle the stigma associated with mental health and wellbeing in the police service.

The Federation’s recent officer welfare, demand and capacity survey looked at the effects of working under increased pressure, the ability to cope and opinion on organisational support.

  • 65% of respondents said they had still gone to work despite feeling they shouldn’t have due to their mental wellbeing
  • 51% of respondents disagreed or strongly disagreed with the statement, ‘The police service encourages its staff to openly talk about mental health and wellbeing’
  • 57% of respondents indicated that they would NOT feel confident disclosing any difficulties with mental health and wellbeing to their line managers

See more on polfed.org