Staffordshire Police Unison


This web site is designed to help you to locate information and services available to you as a member, or potential member, of the Staffordshire Police Branch of Unison.

Whether you are a member of Police Staff or staff for other employers such as Kier, Boeing or our Catering staff in block 7.  As long as you work within Staffordshire Police and we have secured a recognition agreement,  this union is for you!

UNISON is the biggest union in the Police Service, with over 50,000 police staff members in forces in England, Scotland and Wales.

Every year UNISON’s trained representatives help thousands of employees who work within police premises.

UNISON give you expert protection and advice in the following areas:-

  • Post Incident Procedures
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Grievances
  • IPCC investigations
  • Professional Standards
  • Capability Issues
  • Representation at meetings with management

We also offer unparalleled collective representation on terms and conditions and pay, and a whole range of great member benefits.

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Applications for the There for You Winter Fuel Grant OPENS TODAY (Monday 25th January) at 10.00 am. Online applications and the full eligibility criteria will be published from 10.00 am at this link: This enables members to see the full range of financial assistance available (including the ongoing COVID-19 response fund). A downloadable application form will also be available on the page to print for members without internet access (online applications are encouraged – please see below email). This year’s grant has been increased from £40 to £200 and, like the school uniform grants over the summer, we expect this limited fund to go quickly. ...
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Timeline PhotosHave you heard of #ClaresLaw?Also known as the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, Clare’s Law was introduced in 2014 after Clare Wood was tragically murdered by her ex-boyfriend in 2009. Clare’s Law gives you the ‘right to ask’ the police for information about a person’s past in relation to domestic abuse or violence. To find out more or make a request, please visit: ...
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