Yesterday the Police Federation of England and Wales revealed that 81 per cent of officers had voted in favour of giving police the right to take industrial action.
What does PFEW stand for?
PFEW stands for Police Federation of England and Wales
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- Police, Fire and Emergency Services (various locations)
- Portable Field Emission Spectrometer
- Publications of the Finnish Exegetical Society
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- Private Further Education and Training Colleges (South Africa)
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- Parlamentarisches Forum Europas Verfassung (German: Parliamentary Forum on the European Constitution; Union of European Federalists)
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- Phone, Fax, Email, Web (used in email signatures)
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- Pakistan Football Federation
- Pakistan Friends Foundation
- Parks, Flora and Fauna (Department of Natural Resources and Environment; Australia)
- Partnership for Families (First 5 LA; Los Angeles, CA)
- Pathfinder Force (Royal Air Force; UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Police Federation of England and Wales said there is a direct link between officer and detective numbers and crimes solved.
The chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, Paul McKeever, said there was a "new phenomenon" of violent women.
Clint Elliott, a Cleveland Police sergeant, lost his post as general secretary for the Police Federation of England and Wales at the federation's annual conference last month.
Failing that, the Police Federation of England and Wales will push for legislation which allows officers to take industrial action.
The chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, Jan Berry, said that officers would now be "absolutely furious" that the Government was prepared to break the two per cent target for the teachers.