Sponsorship Opportunities

Are you an organisation that has a product or service that would benefit the world of policing. Are you willing to get involved in our 2024 activities? 

The Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) is one of the largest staff associations in the UK representing more than 145,000 rank and file officers. Established in 1919, PFEW is governed by the rules and regulations set by the government.

Why PFEW?

PFEW provides an essential source of information for police forces across the UK and we have a variety of ways for your organisation to get involved, including events, speaker sessions, workshops, webinars, merchandise branding opportunities and advertising via our bi-monthly publication POLICE magazine. 

To find out more, please give Alison, our Sponsorship Manager a call on 01372 352118 or email: alison.lambert@polfed.org

Upcoming Events

Detectives Seminar 2024

June 2024

Bravery Awards 2024

July 2024

National Police Memorial Day 2024

September 2024

Post Incident Procedures (PIP) Training Seminar 2024

October 2024

Past Events

Ask Twice Webinar 2024

May 2024

Men's Health Webinar 2024

April 2024

Masters In Investigation Webinar 2024

March 2024

Inspiring Inclusion Webinar 2024

March 2024

Roads Policing Seminar 2024

January 2024

Health & Safety Seminar 2023

November 2023

Annual Conference 2023

October 2023

National Police Memorial Day 2023

September 2023

Bravery Awards 2023

July 2023

Please note: You should thoroughly check the authenticity of anyone calling you regarding advertising and if you have any concerns report them to your local trading standards team.

Watch out for Fraudsters: We do not employ the services of bailiffs or debt collection agencies to recover money owed for advertising in Police Mag. If you are contacted by a third party claiming to be acting on behalf of either organisation it is an attempt at fraud.

If you are contacted by someone demanding money for unpaid POLICE magazine advertising do not make payment, do not give bank or payment card details and report the incident online or by phoning 101.