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  1. Jimbo2487

    Police pay rise 2014

    Found this news...again its rubbish.. Pay increase for officers 01 May 2014 The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) has announced that a one per cent pay rise has been agreed for all officers, starting from September 2014. At a Police Negotiating Board (PNB) meeting held on May 1, the official side proposed a one per cent pay increase, which the staff side has accepted. Ian Rennie, General Secretary of the PFEW, said “This is in keeping with the continued public sector pay restraint. We are pleased that unlike other public sector workers those receiving increment increases will also benefit from this one percent increase.” In 2013, Tom Winsor, now HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary (HMCIC), published an independent report on police pay and conditions which recommended a two year freeze on pay increments for officers. The increase is not applicable to the Competency Related Threshold Payments (CRTP). Well I am so glad the fed are pleased...I certainly am not...its ANOTHER PAY CUT.