A team from Police Mutual travelled to Wales earlier this month, to help support the welfare of Officers who were drafted in to police the NATO summit.
Over 9,000 Officers from 43 forces descended on Cardiff and Newport for the two-day event at Celtic Manor, which took place from 4-5 September.
The NATO Summit was attended by 67 heads of State and Government, who discussed crises ranging from Ukraine to Iraq.
Like the Commonwealth Games, Police Mutual had a presence at the different sites to help support the welfare of Officers policing the Summit.
Head of Welfare, Claire Long, said: "Many Officers spent 10 days working long shifts to make this event safe and successful, and we're immensely proud that Police Mutual was there to support them."
Take a look at some images from the event on the Police Federation's website.comments powered by Disqus