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Dear Colleagues,

The Government are just in the process of announcing the 2017 pay award for officers. Below is the headline which will be tweeted shortly by ourselves along with the Chair’s initial comments.

Dear all,

A link to the independent pay review body report for 2017, if you want to have a read: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/police-remuneration-review-body

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INTRODUCTION

The PFEW Pay and Morale Survey 2017 opened on 18th April 2017, and closed on 9 th June 2017. During that time we had responses from 30,557 officers, which were reduced to 30,209 after data cleansing. The response rate for the Pay and Morale Survey 2017 was therefore approximately 25% of all federated rank officers in England and Wales. Statistically, the sample size was large enough that the percentages quoted in this reportcan be considered to be accurate within the normal bounds of academic rigour.

The PFEW Pay and Morale Survey 2017 opened on 18th April 2017, and closed on 9th June 2017. During that time we had responses from 30,557 officers, which were reduced to 30,209 after data cleansing. The response rate for the Pay and Morale Survey 2017 was therefore approximately 25% of all federated rank officers in England and Wales. Statistically, the sample size was large enough that the percentages quoted in this report can be considered to be accurate within the normal bounds of academic rigour.