Spring magazine out now

Read the thoughts of South Wales Police Federation chair Steve Treharne on his retirement from post in the latest edition of the branch magazine.
The spring edition of Federation Focus includes an interview with Steve as he looks back on his career in policing.
Steve also gives his views on the issues facing members in his final magazine column as chair.
Read the emotional story of Detective Constable Amy Evans, who has used her experience of miscarriage to help initiate a Baby Loss Peer Support Group in South Wales.
Meet Federation rep Sergeant Jonathan Rice, who tells how going through the conduct process as a young officer made him want to support colleagues in a similar position.
We shine a light on the Force’s safeguarding and public protection team after it was recognised at an awards ceremony.
There’s a focus on the work of the Force’s Menopause Action Group.

Pay and morale

And there’s a report on the Federation’s latest Pay and Morale Survey and an assessment of its results.
Federation Focus also includes reaction from the branch to the election of Emma Wools as the first woman Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales.
And we meet clinical scientist and Federation member Dr Ben Johns, who when he is not training to become a consultant microbiologist, dedicates 20 hours a week to volunteering as a Special Constable with South Wales Police.
Read it all in the spring edition of Federation Focus, available to download now.