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PFEW’s Roads Policing Conference and Awards 2019 takes place later this month with a full agenda, on the theme of ‘Officer Welfare Matters’.
The two day event will be at the Jury’s Inn Hotel in Hinckley, Leicestershire, on 29-30 January and will tackle a number of issues, including:
“When we consider Roads Policing we often initially think of traffic officers but the subject is much broader. We also have some of the world's very best detectives conducting difficult and harrowing investigations, we have family liaison officers, collision investigators, control room staff and traffic report processing officers and a whole cast of colleagues.”
We will give a taster of the Federation’s latest Demand, Capacity and Welfare members’ survey, which demonstrates how concerning things are when it comes to officer welfare. The conference will also hear from an eminent expert on the impact of fatigue and our national Vice-Chair, Ché Donald will lead a session looking the damaging effects of exposure to trauma.
PFEW’s national Pursuits Lead will inform delegates of the latest developments in the Federation’s ongoing campaign to address the vulnerability of police drivers to unfair prosecution.
Mr Blundell added: “The role that roads policing officers play is critical in keeping the public safe - we have a very full agenda with input from several important stakeholders with the opportunity for delegates to have their say.”
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