We in the North Yorkshire Police Federation are here to assist in and to promote the welfare and efficiency of the force and our colleagues, and to assist in the ongoing development of North Yorkshire Police.
We aim to protect and support North Yorkshire's police officers and families each and every day.
If you are a serving or retired officer, or indeed a member of police staff, you'll find information within the site that relates to how we can help you, your rights and entitlements, your member services and issues of a policing nature. If there are some things that we currently don't cover, get in touch and we'll see what we can do.
Take a look at the 'protect the protectors' stories in the video below
2017 survey launch
This year’s pay and morale survey will be open from 18 April to 18 May. A link to the survey will be sent in an email direct from us to all members via their Police National Network (PNN) email accounts.
In order to maintain the integrity of the data collected, we are working to ensure the survey is only completed by police officers, therefore it is only available via the email or you can contact us here at the branch office.
The latest version of the Police Federation in house magazine 'POLICE' is available online now. Click here to read it online
North Yorkshire Police Welfare Fund operates to help our colleagues when in need, and includes help for family members such as sick children. We also support the Police Memorial Day, taking families along to the national events at London.
Our Lake District cabins also ensure that colleagues have a cost effective option when they need to simply have a break. If you don't currently support the welfare fund, do take time to consider. You can always call the office here at Knaresborough, or chat to a local rep. We're here for our members, and the welfare fund is a great example of how we can all support each other.
The St George’s Police Children Trust is a registered charity which provides support of a financial nature to children and young people whose police officer parent has either lost their life or had an injury/illness, whilst on or off duty, preventing them from being able to work.
click here to read more about their work ...
Your Federation runs a number of member services that are open to you to take advantage of. The list is not exhaustive and we try to continually develop and expand these services for your benefit.+ details
an overview to some of the issues surrounding reporting unfit for duty through sickness. Further information is available from your Federation representative or the Federation office.+ details
If you are notified that you are the subject of a complaint or misconduct investigation, you should always consult one of the trained JBB Discipline Friends - Mike Stubbs, Will Eastwood or Brad Jackson.+ details
We understand that there is a lot of frustration and anger over the proposed changes to the police pension scheme and a desire for information.+ details
The Police Federation is recognised as having the same status as a trade union for the purpose of the Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) and any Regulation made under the Act.+ details
The Federation Medical Scheme is not an ‘insured scheme’. The scheme is open to serving officers of all ranks, members of support staff and their husband / wife and children under 21..+ details
The latest utilities offers.+ details
The Police Federation mortgage team has been provided with a fund of up to £10 million by one of the top UK building Societies.+ details
The North Yorkshire Police Welfare Fund owns 3 properties in the Lake District. Have a look at them & then decide which you would like to book.+ details