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The Police Federation App

The Police Federation of England and Wales is the world’s foremost police officer staff association.

From getting the latest Federation news to finding your nearest Federation office; in short, the Police Federation App is a must-have for every police officer in England and Wales.

The App includes:

• Latest Federation news and updates, plus Police Magazine

• Helpful advice when things go wrong, and how to contact your nearest Rep for further support

• Want to know details on regulations and your conditions of service? The App will have the answer

• Keep track of your annual leave with the handy calculator and calendar

• Live video streaming of Federation events

• Instant polls and analysis to keep pace with your views and opinions

• Need to speak to a Rep? The App will know where you are and can tell you your nearest Federation office

• Looking to visit in the South East? Exciting offers from the Police Federation hotel and conference centre in Leatherhead

• Members services and special offers

• Keep up to date - see the latest videos from the Police Federation via our dedicated YouTube channel

…and much more!

For more information, go to

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Recently changed in this version

Updated conference section
Updated special offers
Fixed issue on Videos screen

Comments and ratings for PFEW
  • (59 stars)

    by Liam Caldecott on 18/09/2014

    Clumsy design, difficult to use with out of date advice section

  • (59 stars)

    by Cen Blackwell on 01/10/2013

    Why does this need to access running apps?

  • (59 stars)

    by John De-Hayes on 29/04/2013

    Although the app has been updated for the 2013 conference, it still contains references to Police Regulations that were superceded in 2012. In particular, it still refers to double time on rest days, which is now a distant memory. If you want members to truly feel looked after, update the things that are important to them!

  • (59 stars)

    by john frost on 29/03/2013

    A great source information in these challenging times.

  • (59 stars)

    by Roger N on 15/03/2013

    Police magazine section is dated April 2012, many links lead nowhere and content of those that don't just consists of a headline. Amateurish rubbish. But fun spotting the "reviews" submitted by people who appear to work for PFEW (clue; look for 5*)