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Our Partners

Information on the different partners of Staffordshire Police.

Local Charities

Partners Assuring a Safer Staffordshire PASS is a registered charity formed to provide funding for positive community activities aimed at reducing crime and fear of crime. The Board of Trustees of the charity comprises representation from Staffordshire Police, Staffordshire and West Midlands Probation Service and Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service, along with five additional independent trustees, including the High Sheriff of Staffordshire.

Staffordshire Crimestoppers works towards promoting and managing the crimeline. It is overseen by a board of volunteers. Members of the public can ring with information about crime and criminals and are guaranteed anonymity. Calls are not traced or recorded and callers will not have to give a statement or go to court.

Commissioner's People Power Fund The fund empowers local groups with great ideas, for solutions to community safety problems, through small grants of between £100 and £3,000.

National Charities

PCSO Shannon Parsons 23996 Walking for Health Volunteers NSPCC - the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is a charity campaigning and working in child protection for the children of the United Kingdom.

Mind - provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

Women's Aid - working together until women and children are safe.

Crimestoppers - Call anonymously with information about crime on 0800 555 111.

Citizens Advice - to provide advice that helps people to overcome their problems and come together to campaign on big issues when their voices need to be heard.

Suzy Lamplugh Trust - to help people avoid becoming victims of aggression, and to offer counselling and support to relatives and friends of missing people.

Refuge - providing specialist support for women and children experiencing domestic violence.

Staff Associations

Within Staffordshire Police we have a number of staff associations, groups and bodies formed by current and former police officers and staff who dedicate themselves to supporting colleagues and potential colleagues looking to develop within the force.

Staffordshire Police Multi-Cultural Association The MCA subscribes and is affiliated to the aims and objectives of the National Black Police Association, however the present personnel chose to use the MCA name believing this is more inclusive of all of the Staffordshire employees. Membership to the MCA is open to ALL employees of Staffordshire Police in the form of either full or associate membership.

Staffordshire Police Disability and Carers Network The DCN was established to offer support for all of those who work for Staffordshire Police and have a disability or are a working carer. Disability can come at anytime and can be a terrifying prospect. Not knowing who to turn to for support, whether you will be able to continue working or wondering what will happen if people find out about it, can all add to the stress you already feel.

Police Mutual The police service's very own financial services organisation that was set up in 1922. It provides a range of financial products and services exclusively for the police family.

Staffordshire Association for Women in Policing consists of Police Officers and Support Staff of all roles and ranks. The Staffordshire Police female support network was established in 1999 and became Staffordshire Association of Women in Policing (SAWP) in 2007, providing informal support and advice about issues that in the main, but not exclusively, affect female members of staff, such as discrimination, recruitment, retention, specialist roles, uniform, flexible working, and work life balance.

Christian Police Association It is possible to be a committed Christian in the Police Service, but with the rigours of shift work and other commitments it is often difficult to be fully involved in the life of your church. We believe that fellowship with other believers is important and especially with those who understand the problems associated with police work.

Widows and Benevolent Friendly Society Staffordshire Police is one of the few forces in the country to have its own Benevolent Fund.
The fund was created over 60 years ago to provide assistance and support for members and their families in distressed circumstances as well as to provide a fixed death benefit on the demise of the member.

Staffordshire LGB&T Police Association Our award winning support association not only provides a social network for staff who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans but supports the force in delivering the best possible service to our LGB&T communities in Staffordshire.

Staffordshire Police Force Fitness Facilities Contacts details for enquiries about fitness facilities available in Staffordshire Police.

Chaplaincy Team Contacts details for enquiries about Chaplaincy facilities available in Staffordshire Police.

Superintendents' Association Represents senior police officers in the rank of Superintendent and Chief Superintendent.