Block 1, St Davids Park,
There may be occasions when you need urgent advice or assistance from the Federation. Examples of such incidents may include an officer being arrested, involved in fatal police RTC, or following a police firearms discharge or a death in police custody. This list is not exhaustive.
Points that you may wish to remember are;
If the above criteria are not met, the Force should still consider the proportionate application of these procedures, where appropriate.
The College of Policing has produced a new policy for incidents involving death or serious injury (DSI) which is the guidance that all Post-Incident Managers (PIM) use when a PIP is enacted.
The benefits of effective PIPs can make all the difference between ‘career death’ or keeping the job officers love. There are currently two PIM suites, one for firearms incidents and one for non-firearm incidents.
Dyfed Powys Police Federation has supported a large number officers through the PIP process with a number of reps having been trained to the same level as the PIM.
If you are involved in a PIP you should consider the following:
The full procedure is detailed in the guidance but please be assured that the Federation will guide and support you throughout this process.
Federation leaflet - Layout 1 (polfed.org)
During office hours you can contact the Federation Office by telephone on
Out of office hours a call out system is operated via the FCR Inspector