2022 Pay and Morale Survey – share your views

POLICE officers are being urged to set aside 20 minutes to share their views on pay and morale amid the cost-of-living crisis. 

The findings from the 2022 Pay and Morale Survey will provide strategically important evidence to support the ongoing national pay campaign, calling for fair remuneration for police officers, and an independent pay mechanism, the Federation has said. 

It will also enable PFEW to highlight areas where change is needed and support its drive towards improving working conditions for officers. 

And for the first time, this years survey will also gather evidence on demand, capacity and welfare issues to provide the Government, key stakeholders and members of the public a comprehensive insight into the realities of policing as they currently stand.

Zoë Wakefield, Hampshire Police Federation Chair, said: I totally get how busy police officers are, and this survey takes about 20 minutes to complete. But we need those statistics and the information that we get from this survey, because without it we cannot effect change. 

With those vital stats, we can then go to the chief, or the national Federatiion can go to the Government, and explain clearly how officers are feeling and the impact pay and conditions are having. It gives that fresh, current data for us to use. Without it were saying, Well, officers are saying this. Officers are saying that. But we havent got any figures to back that up.

And without those figures, nothing is going to change.

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