There’s still time for Dyfed Powys Police Federation members to have their say on the current state of wellbeing provision and support in policing.
The annual national police wellbeing survey is now open and members can complete it via the Force intranet.
The survey is being led by Oscar Kilo, the National Police Wellbeing Service, and is run by the Policing Research Unit at Durham University with support from the College of Policing.
Branch chair Gareth Jones encouraged members to complete the survey.
He said: “The annual national police wellbeing survey is carried out independently and allows members to make their voices heard on wellbeing provision and support.
“It plays an important role in identifying the issues facing our members and in shaping wellbeing support to meet the needs of modern policing.
“I’d encourage as many as possible to do so,” he added.
The survey is due to close soon.