Chief constables from all forces across England and Wales have pledged their support for the Police Covenant, which was recently enshrined in law.
The covenant is a pledge to do more as a nation to help those who serve and to recognise the commitment and sacrifices of officers or ex-police.
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Hampshire Police Federation chair Zoë Wakefield said: ‘It’s really good that the chief constables have voiced support for it, but is there funding in place to implement everything?’
She added: ‘Our force is actually quite good on the wellbeing side anyway; I know we’re a lot better than some other forces. If the Police Covenant means that there’s a more consistent wellbeing service provided across the country, that would be really good. At the moment there’s a bit of a force lottery as to what you get or what you don’t get.’