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Slater and Gordon Lawyers are committed to protecting Police Officers' rights at work.
At Slater and Gordon Lawyers we have been advising police officers about their employment rights for over 50 years. This is a highly specialist area, requiring both technical legal knowledge and an in-depth understanding of police work. This gives us unrivalled experience and understanding of the wider issues which affect police officers at work.
Discrimination: sexual orientation, pregnancy/maternity, equal pay, race, religion/belief, disability, age, health and safety and whistleblowing.
Pay & Conditions: overtime and allowances, duty and working time, unlawful deductions, breach of contract, pensions claims, intellectual property rights.
National Collective Issues: changes to police regulations and the new pensions scheme
Other: medical retirement and help with complaints to the Pensions Ombudsman.
We have a large specialist employment department and our expertise has been independently recognised. We are regarded by the Legal 500, an independent directory ranking lawyer's, as the best claimant focused employment department in the country. We have won the Lawyer magazine’s “Employment Team of the Year” three times in the nine years it has been awarded (and been runner up once), more than any other firm.
We have fought numerous cases on behalf of police officers and the Federation, acting in nearly all the main cases.
We have prepared a series of factsheets and similar materials dealing with some of the most common problems. If however you need more information or advice then in the first instance please contact your JBB secretary.
For more information or to speak to a professional about your case, in the first instance please contact your local JBB secretary or call the PF Legal Advice Helpline 0845 601 1907.