Police Federation independent review: overview of evidence

Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)
Publisher
RSA
Date of publication
20 January 2014
Subject(s)
Criminal Justice Services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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An independent review into the operation of the Police Federation of England and Wales undertook a large-scale consultation exercise involving well in excess of 10,000 members, Police Federation staff and representatives, and stakeholders from across the policing world and beyond. The Independent Review Panel reviewed the full range of evidence in concluding its analysis and making a series of recommendations for reform.

This document provides a balanced overview of the range of evidence gathered, which revolved around the Terms of Reference, which were set by the Police Federation and accepted by the Independent Review.

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