20 December - PAT rejects compulsory severance proposals
Plans to introduce compulsory severance for police officers as put forward in the second part of Tom Winsor's review of the police service have been rejected by the Police Arbitration Tribunal (PAT).
20 December - PAT Decision
The Police Arbitration Tribunal has issued its judgment this morning on the Winsor report part 2.
11 December - Duty rosters
Leicestershire Police Federation has compiled a briefing sheet on duty and annual leave rosters.
10 December - Could you be a Federation rep?
The following vacancies have arisen within Leicestershire Police Federation.
20 November - Home Office issues pensions details
The Home Office has issued a circular setting out the Government's final position on some of the detail of its pension reform, including further information about how transitional arrangements will apply.
20 November - Have your say on how the college is developed
Members of the Police Federation are being encouraged to take part in a consultation exercise around the future development of the College of Policing.
20 November - Specials want to join the Fed
More than nine out of 10 Specials in England and Wales would like to join the Police Federation, according to the results of a survey.
18 November - Former Federation chairman honours our fallen officers
Former Leicestershire Police Federation chairman Ivan Stafford has donated a large slate memorial stone to the Force honouring Leicestershire officers who have died in the line of duty.
14 November - Running up cash for memorial fund
Police officers across the country are being encouraged to take part in the 'Run To Remember', a sponsored run in memory of PC Nicola Hughes, one of two officers killed in Manchester in September 2012.
1 November - Shift patterns confirmed
Plans for the SNT tidal shift pattern were put out for consultation around three weeks ago.
31 October - Chairman welcomes calls for reform of the Federation
Leicestershire Police Federation (LPF) chairman John Hughes has welcomed a progress report from the RSA which has been undertaking the independent review of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
31 October - Reserve Seat update
Details of changes within the police service with an emphasis on the impact on women officers are detailed in the latest Federation Reserve Seat Update.
18 October - Brave officer honoured at awards ceremony
Leicestershire PC Craig Smith was among officers honoured by the Prime Minister and Home Secretary yesterday evening at the annual Police Bravery Awards ceremony.
17 October - Shift pattern proposals approved
The new tidal shift pattern, which is similar to the former 222, will be introduced for Response and Safer Neighbourhood Teams early in the new year, Acting Deputy Chief Constable Steph Morgan has confirmed.
9 October - Officer in line for bravery award
A Leicestershire police officer who pulled a man from his car shortly before it was engulfed by flames has been nominated for the National Police Bravery Award.
9 October - Federation welcomes shift pattern announcement
The Force is potentially putting forward plans to change the current shift pattern from January next year.
23 September - Internship open to officers' children
Do you have a child aged 18 who is interested in politics?
20 September - Federation Tri-annual elections
Nominations are required for the forthcoming Federation elections. The Federation Joint Branch Board (JBB) is made up of 10 representatives on each of the 3 Branch Boards.
18 September - Force shift review welcomed
Leicestershire Police Federation (LPF) has welcomed the news that the Chief Constable and Chief Officer Group are undertaking a full shift pattern review.
16 September - Federation review - have your say NOW
All members of Leicestershire Police Federation are being encouraged to take part in the Independent Review of the Police Federation of England and Wales via an online survey.
12 September - Detectives - have your say
Detectives are being urged to take part in a survey being conducted by the Police Federation National Detectives' Forum (PFNDF).
27 August - Federation rejects disciplinary proposals
Home Office proposals to give officers less access to legal professionals during disciplinary procedures have been rejected by the Police Federation.
27 August - Fears over further cuts to police numbers
The chairman of Leicestershire Police Federation has said he is concerned more officer jobs could be lost over the next three years in order to meet the Force's budget cuts.
21 August - Who will police new on-the-spot fines for motorists?
New rules which allow officers to give on-the-spot fines for middle lane hoggers and tailgaters have already been criticised - and they have not even been in force for a week.
31 July - Compulsory fitness testing starts September
All officers who have to perform personal safety training as part of their role will be required to complete the bleep test to a level of 5.4 from September this year.
31 July - Remembering Paul
Leicester East MP Keith Vaz has established an annual lecture and internship to honour the memory of Paul McKeever, the late chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
26 July - Winsor 2 - PNB agreements
The principle of role-related rewards for police officers has been referred to the College of Policing for consideration as part of its wider study of Specialist Skills Thresholds.
25 July - No agreement on compulsory severance
A failure to agree has been registered by the Police Negotiating Board (PNB) over the proposals for compulsory severance and restricted duties. Both issues will now be referred to the Police Arbitration Tribunal.
25 July - Put your health and fitness to the test
Members of the Leicestershire Police Federation Medical Scheme can try out the facilities at the Nuffield Health & Fitness Wellbeing Centre in Leicester with a FREE seven-day trial.
24 July - Mental health key issue in police contact deaths, says IPCC
Mental health continued to be a key factor in deaths in or after police custody in 2012-13, according to new statistics released by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
24 July - Federation review - have your say
In a few weeks' time Leicestershire Police Federation officials, representatives and members will have the chance to have their say on the independent review of the Police Federation of England and Wales.
18 July - Guidance on flexible working
The Police Federation has published a short guide to flexible working.
18 July - New guide for pregnant officers
The Police Federation of England and Wales has issued a new maternity guide.
12 July - More time to take part in Federation review
The deadline for online submissions to the independent review of the Police Federation has been extended by almost two months.
12 July - 'MPs should reject pay rise'
MPs should seriously consider rejecting proposals that would see their salaries increased by 11 per cent, according to John Hughes, chairman of Leicestershire Police Federation.
2 July - LPF Medical Scheme - can you afford not to be in it?
How would you like the benefits of private healthcare but at an affordable price?
1 July - Pensions may be cut over serious misconduct
Police officers guilty of serious misconduct could see their pensions cut under proposals being put forward by the Parliamentary Home Affairs Select Committee.
27 June - Lower than expected cuts to police budgets
Police budgets will be cut by a smaller amount than many other Governmental departments following the latest Comprehensive Spending Review.
27 June - Lower Fed subs for new recruits
New recruits will now be entitled to reduced Federation subscription fees for the first two years of their police service.
25 June - Officers praised for G8 policing
National Police Federation chairman Steve Williams has praised officers from England and Wales who were involved in providing mutual aid for the G8 summit in Northern Ireland last week.
12 June - G8 mutual aid allowances
An agreement has now been reached on the payments to officers in England and Wales who are deployed to Northern Ireland for the G8 Summit next Monday and Tuesday (17 and 18 June).
11 June - G8 mutual aid allowances
The exact details of how much remuneration officers deployed to the G8 Summit in Northern Ireland next Monday and Tuesday will receive have not yet been finalised.
11 June - Federation review - have your say
Officers are being encouraged to let their voices be heard as part of the independent review into the Police Federation.
23 May - Shift pattern update
Members will be aware that the Leicestershire Police Federation has been asking you for details of any duty changes that you have had over the many weeks since the new shift pattern was introduced.
15 May - Home Secretary addresses conference
Home Secretary Theresa May offered little good news to the Federation when she gave her keynote speech to conference on Wednesday morning.
15 May - Call for unity
National chairman Steve Williams called on the Police Federation to pull together and stand united so that it could best represent its membership in his welcome address at the start of the main conference on Tuesday afternoon.
14 May - DPP ruling on fatal road accidents
Officers who are driving to an emergency call will no longer be charged if they are responsible for a fatal accident.
14 May - Conference Week Begins
This year's national Police Federation conference week got underway yesterday with the women's eve of conference meeting.
03 May - LPF in bid to bring down Federation subs
Leicestershire Police Federation (LPF) will ask colleagues from across the country to support a bid to lower Federation subscriptions at the national Police Federation conference which starts on Tuesday 14 May.
30 April - Constables - how are the new shift patterns affecting you?
All Leicestershire Police constables are being asked to fill out a brief survey on the impact of the new shift patterns on their work, home-life, health and welfare.
29 April - Unsociable hours benefit
Members of the Leicestershire Police Federation Group Insurance Scheme can now claim an unsociable hours benefit.
29 April - Tom Winsor set to face officers
It is one of the most hotly anticipated appearances at the national Police Federation conference week next month.
26 April - Home Office to scrap PNB
Home Secretary Theresa May has confirmed plans to implement a police pay review body.
22 April - One per cent pay rise
Police officers are set to see their pay rise by one per cent in September, the first increase since September 2010.
03 April - Exclusive legal helpline launched
Leicestershire Police Federation members now have exclusive access to a legal advice helpline provided by a Leicestershire based solicitors' practice.
02 April - Winsor 2 details available on Home Office website
Full details of the Home Secretary's decision to amend police pay and conditions are now available on the Home Office website.
02 April - Does the Federation offer value for money?
As we look at the way we operate, push for a reduction in members' subscriptions and generally strive to ensure the Police Federation is fit for purpose, we need to know what you think.
21 March - OSPRE Part II to be scrapped
The College of Policing has announced that OSPRE Part II promotion exams will be scrapped and replaced with work-based assessments.
18 March - Officer witnesses must attend interviews in death or serious injury inquiries
New powers are now in place which compel officers to attend an interview when being treated as a witness in a death or serious injury investigation.
18 March - Could you help university research team?
Officers are being encouraged to take part in a research project which is looking at how the changes in the police service are affecting you, the officers.
18 March - Twitter guidance
In the age of social media sometimes the best way to communicate with our public and friends can be through a quick Tweet or Facebook update.
12 March - Action on pursuits
Discussions have begun with the Home Secretary and Director of Transport over concerns about officers taking part in police pursuits and being hauled before the courts for dangerous driving.
5 March - CRTP - legal challenge unlikely
Any legal challenge to Government plans to phase out Competency Related Threshold Payments (CRTP) is likely to fail, according to the general secretary of the Police Federation.
4 March - Our officers back call for industrial rights
More than 85 per cent of Leicestershire Police Federation members who voted in the national ballot want the national Federation to campaign for industrial rights.
1 March - Are we really all in this together?
Leicestershire Police Federation chairman Ivan Stafford has hit out at the Government after a proposed increase in MPs' pension contributions was suspended.
19 February - Home Secretary in IPCC move
All allegations of serious misconduct are to be dealt with by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), the Home Secretary has announced.
19 February - Fed caution over G8 mutual aid
Police Federation chairman Steve Williams plans to discuss concerns over the mutual aid operation for the G8 summit in Northern Ireland when he meets Police Minister Damian Green at the end of this month.
1 February - Industrial rights ballot now open
Voting instructions and security codes are currently being despatched to all members who had registered for the Police Federation ballot on industrial rights up until 5pm on Monday (28 January).
31 January - Police numbers fall to 11-year low
There are now just 131,837 police officers in England and Wales, a drop of more than 4,000 in a year and an 11-year low, according to figures released today by the Home Office.
31 January - Concerns over direct entry at senior ranks
Government reforms which could see direct entry at superintendent level and senior officers from overseas running forces have been criticised by Leicestershire Police Federation's chairman, Ivan Stafford.
31 January - Campaign calls for QPM for Federation chairman
A Met police officer has launched a campaign calling on the Government to formally recognise the life and work of the late Police Federation Chairman, Paul McKeever.
31 January - G4S outsourcing rejected
Three forces have rejected plans to outsource services to private firm G4S.
28 January - Don't waste your vote in industrial rights ballot
The Police Federation ballot on industrial rights opens on Friday.
28 January - Pension contributions set to rise
The Police Minister has written to the independent chair of the Police Negotiating Board (PNB) to ask for pension contribution rates to be increased.
23 January - Police Memorial Trust founder dies
The Police Federation has paid tribute to Michael Winner, the film director and newspaper columnist whose death was announced on Monday (21 January).
21 January - Have your say in ballot
Members of Leicestershire Police Federation are being urged to register as soon as possible so they can take part in the national ballot on industrial rights.
18 January - Tribute to national chairman
The national Police Federation's chair-elect has paid tribute to outgoing chairman Paul McKeever who died last night.
15 January - Home Secretary accepts PAT ruling
Home Secretary Theresa May has today announced that she will accept the ruling of the Police Arbitration Tribunal (PAT) on Winsor 2.
8 January - Ballot on industrial rights - make sure you know the facts
Officers should now have received all the latest details about the vote on industrial rights that will run throughout February.
2 January - Register for your vote in industrial rights ballot
All members of Leicestershire Police Federation should now register to take part in the national ballot on industrial rights.