Members will converge on central London a week ahead of annual conference in May.
The Federation has confirmed that members will be attending a special event in London on May 10 amid mounting anger from members at the government’s reform agenda.
The staff association said that the event would be held ahead of the annual conference in Bournemouth on May 17, 18 and 19 – and details are being finalised.
In a statement, the Federation added that the gathering would give members the opportunity “to highlight the unprecedented attack on policing by this government and the consequences that cuts will have for public safety”.
Further details about the event and what form it will take will be available soon.
Police Federation Chairman Paul McKeever had said members were angry at their treatment by the government.
He said officers are being caused “financial stress”, after being struck with a pay freeze, the prospect of having to fork out more for pensions and potential changes to terms and conditions.
Mr McKeever believes that many MPs and the public do not know the full facts of what the Police Service is currently facing – or the potential implications.
He said: “When you speak to MPs they are surprised – this is extraordinary.”
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