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The Paul McKeever Policing Scholarship

The Paul McKeever Policing Scholarship

We would like to launch the inaugural year (2014) of this Scholarship for supporting research into Policing through our first collaboration with Canterbury Christ Church University.

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Statement on the Channel  4 Dispatches programme

Statement on the Channel 4 Dispatches programme

The impression of the Police Federation given by Channel 4 Dispatches this week is one of an organisation which is on the verge of imploding, full of deceitful and dishonest individual’s hell bent on preserving their positions and self-interest.

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Lest we Forget - PC Ronald Ian Leeuw

Lest we Forget - PC Ronald Ian Leeuw

PC Ronald Ian Leeuw collapsed and died of heart failure on 11th April 1984 when struggling with a violent prisoner.

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Lest we Forget - PC Douglas Frederick Beckerson

Lest we Forget - PC Douglas Frederick Beckerson

PC Douglas Frederick Beckerson died on 10th April 1971 when he fell through a glass roof when chasing a violent suspect.

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Lest we Forget - PC Sean Peter McColgan

Lest we Forget - PC Sean Peter McColgan

PC Sean Peter McColgan was killed on April 6th 2010 when a car crashed into his motorcycle when he was riding home from duty.

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Welcome to
Metropolitan Police Federation

The Metropolitan Police Federation is the staff association to which every constable, sergeant, inspector and chief inspector in the Metropolitan Police Service belongs - a total of more than 30,000 officers.

Its job is to represent its members' interests in all matters affecting their welfare and efficiency, including conditions of employment, and it carries considerable influence.

In common with other police forces' Federations, it is affiliated to the Police Federation of England and Wales.

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This Months Poll

Should the Government do more to address the social causes of crime?

Last Month's results

Do you think ‘policing by consent’ is under threat?
No No 18.31%
Yes Yes 81.69%

Met Fed Tv

John Tully Interview on LBC John Tully Interview on LBC John Tully Interview on LBC
John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Devon John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Devon John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Devon
John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Foyle John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Foyle John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Foyle
John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Scotland John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Scotland John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Scotland
John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Humberside John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Humberside John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Humberside
John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Essex John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Essex John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Essex
John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester John Tully on G4S Olympics debacle - BBC Radio Hereford & Worcester
Save and Protect Vox Pops Save and Protect Vox Pops Save and Protect Vox Pops
May 10th Police March London May 10th Police March London May 10th Police March London
Save and Protect Campaign Video Save and Protect Campaign Video Save and Protect Campaign Video
10th May Police March in London 10th May Police March in London 10th May Police March in London
PC Lesley Beale - Reaction to Winsor 2 PC Lesley Beale - Reaction to Winsor 2 PC Lesley Beale - Reaction to Winsor 2
Peter Smyth and John Tully - Reaction to Winsor 2 Peter Smyth and John Tully - Reaction to Winsor 2 Peter Smyth and John Tully - Reaction to Winsor 2
PC David Cook - Reaction to Winsor 2 PC David Cook - Reaction to Winsor 2 PC David Cook - Reaction to Winsor 2
The Chairmans Review October 2011 The Chairmans Review October 2011 The Chairmans Review October 2011
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Metline

The new Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Tom Winsor, has said that the first priority of the police should be crime prevention. But there are reasons why this is easier said than done in the present climate of austerity. Read about it in the latest issue of Metline, as well as how scientists are trying to produce crime forecasts and why the Met was once accused of conducting a reign of terror against women.

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