Following last year's success, PFEW is pleased to announce the second Post Incident Procedure (PIP) seminar at Leatherhead on the 1st and 2nd of October.

The event promises to provide valuable practical insights, relevant case studies and best practices in line with the APP. We will again examine the criteria of a PIP, delve into the arrangements of legal advice to KPW’s, and detail the crucial role that federation representatives play throughout the PIP process.

The agenda is currently a work in progress.

Speakers

Photo of Leigh Godfrey, PFEW Ill Health Retirement Lead

Leigh Godfrey

Post Incident Procedure Lead - PFEW

Photo of Professor John Harrison, National Police Chief Medical Officer, National Police Wellbeing Service, College of Policing

Professor John Harrison

National Police Chief Medical Officer - National Police Wellbeing Service, College of Policing

Tony Williams

Managing Director - JNP Legal

Fiona Gabbert

Professor - Goldsmiths University

Dave Blocksidge

Teacher & Researcher - SME on Memory Formation

Simon Connor

Inspector - Metropolitan Police

Pete Dearden

Chief Inspector - Metropolitan Police - MO6 Public Order Planning

13:00

Welcome

Leigh Godfrey

13:15

Terror Attacks - Impact on KPW's

This session will consider differences between training for PIP's for Firearms officers vs Response officers, including a debrief with footage for both the Westminster and London Bridge terror attacks.

Simon Connor

14:10

How do Forces treat their KPW's? The PIM's role

Pete Dearden

15:00

Break

Tea and Coffee

15:20

Trauma - it works both ways

Dealing with trauma requires empathy, patience, and specialised communication skills to try to de-escalate tense situations and build trust. Police officers often face the dual challenge of managing individuals in trauma and then in the case of a death or serious injury grappling with their own trauma in reliving the experience.

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from an expert and deepen your understanding of this critical issue.

Professor John Harrison

15:50

Memory

Fiona Gabbert

17:15

Close - Networking event

09:00

Welcome

Leigh Godfrey

09:05

Memory and BWV 2 - The Results

Dave Blocksidge
Fiona Gabbert

09:35

Accountability - Police under the microscope

10:55

Break

Tea and coffee

11:15

Stage 4 - Achieving best evidence

Tony Williams

12:00

Panel Roundup

13:15

Wrap up and close

To book as a Federation Rep, please contact your local branch in the first instance.

The cost for Force delegates is £275.00 + VAT per person

The cost for Commercial delegates is £375.00 + VAT per person

The cost includes:

Attendance at the seminar over two days

One nights' accommodation bed and breakfast

Grab and go lunch on day two

Evening meal

Tea & coffee throughout

Places are limited. Please email events@polfed.org with any queries.

To register your place, use the link below; we will send a confirmation and invoice.

Register

A special thanks to all our sponsors