PFEW

AcronymDefinition
PFEWPolice Federation of England and Wales
PFEWPennsylvania Free Enterprise Week
PFEWPhone, Fax, Email, Web (used in email signatures)
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PFEW national chair John Apter said: "We need more police officers and although there has been an increase of just 766 police officers in the past year, this number pales into insignificance when compared to the loss of more than 22,000 officers due to cuts in our funding.
PFEW's National Chair, John Apter, said: "For far too long, crime and policing has not been taken seriously enough.
"Nationally there were 23,000 assaults on officers in 2016 and 5,000 of them were serious (statistics DAVID CURRY from the PFEW).
PFEW vice-chairman Che Donald said: "This was meant to be a meaningful review to allay the very real fears of serving firearms officers around being adequately protected and not treated as suspects just for doing their job.
And Steve White, PFEW chairman, said: "What more of a wake-up call does the Government need?
Rank and file officers have been represented by the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) which says it has spent in the region of PS5m on the inquests, with legal costs continuing to come in.
Addressing the annual conference of the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) in Birmingham, the Home Secretary will pledge to provide "tools, the powers and the back-up that you need to get the job done".
He said: "They never stopped singing, and even gave ' Pfew choruses of 'Everton for the league'...
The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) attributed the figures to services "struggling to keep pace".
Tim Rogers, the Police Federation of England and Wales' (PFEW) lead on roads policing, said: "Legal advice has recently highlighted that police response and pursuit drives are, in most circumstances, highly likely to fall within the definitions of careless and or dangerous driving.