There was applause for the Home Secretary at the Police Federation Conference in Bournemouth as she confirms whole life terms for police killers.
But Theresa May criticised police officers for suing the public for falling over and was very clear that she doesn't want police to make frivolous claims.
She also commended the Police Federation for investigating corruption adding that is was important to the public.
The Police Federation hopes the Government will to "listen to and acknowledge" issues affecting its members at this year's conference.
"We are reforming the police force to make sure it is equipped for the challenges of the future", says the Policing minister.