Forms & Guidance

As public servants and police officers, the men and women that the Federation represents are subject to rigorous conduct and performance regulations. Policing is a very responsible job and any hint of malpractice by a police officer is a serious matter. By and large, there is never any suggestion that MDP officers fail to meet these high standards. However, occasionally a member may come under suspicion for a breach of the law or discipline. In such an unfortunate event, the Federation is here to help and the information on these pages will guide you through the process.

Federation members can apply for free legal advice on any matter related to their employment and, in special cases, on matters not related to work. This will be assessed by the National Executive Committee and DPF HQ may appoint a solicitor to assist. Please read-through the online information if you have a work-related problem, or have suffered from harassment and bullying, and contact a DPF Official if you require further advice or assistance.

Defence Police Federation Manual of Guidance

Defence Police Federation Rule Book

Annual Conference

Any member of the Defence Police Federation is entitled to attend the Annual Conference as a guest at their own expense; however they shall have no voting rights.