PoliceOracle.com has published the results of its survey on the Police Federationâ€™s performance in representing its members during a period of great change in policing.
A total of 821 people took part in the survey, an unprecedented number for something that ran for only a week.
It asked officers for how they felt the Fed performed in the Winsor negotiations, what the main benefit of Fed membership was and whether the views of rank-and-file officers were well represented at a national level.
It also asked whether they felt the Fed subscription rates were value for money and whether members should be more involved in the election of the Joint Central Committee chairman.
Those who completed the survey were from all the federated ranks and every policing region of England and Wales.
Charts displaying the results are below. PoliceOracle.com will be covering the survey results and the issues they raise in the coming weeks.
Stay tuned for our story about the Fedâ€™s reactions to the survey later this week.
Question 1:Â How do you think the Fed is representing you in the Winsor Two negotiations?
Results of Q1:
Question 2:Â How do you think the Fed represented you in the Winsor One negotiations?
Results of Q2:
Question 3:Â Which of these do you feel is the most important part of Fed membership?
Results of Q3:
Question 4:Â Do you think the Fed subscription rate is value for money?
Results of Q4:
Question 5:Â Do you feel the views of Federated members are adequately represented at a national level?
Results of Q5:
Question 6:Â Do you feel there should be more direct involvement by Federated members in the election of the national chairman?
Results of Q6: