Police Federation For Northern Ireland, Belfast

updated on 16/07/2020


The Police Federation (PFNI) represents Police Service of Northern Ireland Officers inclusive of all ranks from Constable to Chief Inspector, also including 222 Full Time Reserve Constables and 645 Police Officers Part Time. The Police Federation is a representative body, similar to a Trade Union but without the right to resort to industrial action. Our statutory remit is 'Welfare and Efficiency'.

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The Federation came into being on 15 July 1971 by virtue of the Police Act (NI) 1970. We are a representative body, similar to a trade union, but without the right to resort to industrial action. All ranks up to and including Chief Inspector are represented by us. The representation is on a district basis initially. That simply means that you should have a representative either in your own station or in close proximity. Remit of the Federation Our remit is 'Welfare and Efficiency'. A person accepting the post of Federation Representative is accepting a moral undertaking to carry out the function of representing the membership in all matters within their remit.
The Federation oversee a number of agencies who assist and direct members who are encountering difficulties. The RUC GC - PSNI Benevolent Fund Legal Advice On a day to day level there are many other areas of help given e. Benefits Scheme, Spouses Scheme, Private Health Scheme, Treatment Centres, Convalescent Homes, Travel Schemes and of course work related advice. In all cases, your local representative should be consulted at the earliest opportunity. What we do We meet on a regular basis with the Secretary of State, Northern Ireland Office, the Security Minister and the Department of Justice on matters affecting our members and have met on other occasions the Prime Minister. The PFNI also meets with the Northern Ireland Policing Board and the Senior Command Team of the PSNI to discuss issues of concern and interest to our members.
On a day to day level we deal with matters affecting officers pay, conditions of service, legal matters and the many other areas which affect officers on duty. We negotiate on a national basis in the Police Negotiating Board in London matters affecting officers pay, pensions and general conditions of service. The Police Federation are actively involved in the consultation process established by government at all levels within the Police Service of Northern Ireland. The Police Federa
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