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The National Police Memorial Day aims to remember the thousands of police officers who have been killed on duty since modern policing began more than 175 years ago, to annually recognise the courage and dedication to duty shown by police officers across the UK and to show family and friends that their loved ones sacrifice is not forgotten.

To this end a service is held on the nearest Sunday to the 29th September which is St Michael's Day. St Michael is the patron saint of police officers. The service rotates round the four countries of the United Kingdom.

All UK police staff associations and forces work in partnership with the Home Office and other police-associated organisations to recognise the valour of fallen officers.

National Police Memorial Day is proud to have the patronage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

As a registered charity the National Police Memorial Day is reliant on the kind and generous donations from our many supporters and fundraising to enable us to arrange a fitting annual memorial service in honour of those officers who have lost their lives serving the public and to publish the roll of honour.

To assist us to raise funds the following items, bearing the NPMD crest are available:

NPMD Lapel Pin: Suggested minimum donation of£2.00

NPMD Wall Plaque: Suggested minimum donation of £25.00

10th Anniversary Badge: Suggested minimum donation of £2.00

NPMD Tie: Suggested minimum donation of £10.00

NPMD Cufflinks: Suggested minimum donation of £6.50

If you wish to purchase any of the above please leave a message on the NPMD answer machine, 07843 293958, with your name and contact numbers and you will be called to arrange delivery. Alternatively e-mail nationalpolicememorialday@polfed.org.

About us

  • The National Police Memorial Day aims to:

  • Remember police officers who have been killed or died on duty
    Demonstrate to relatives, friends and colleagues of fallen officers that their sacrifice is not forgotten
    Recognise annually the dedication to duty and courage displayed by police officers

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