National Police Memorial Day


NPMD 2019

NPMD 2019 will take place in Glasgow

Preparations for next year are well underway and we will look forward to welcoming those who have attended previous events as well as those who are attending for the first time. We have seen an increasing number of visitors from overseas who we also look forward to meeting again.

There are still many who do not know that NPMD is open to all who wish to attend and we would like to seek your help in not only publicising the service but also, on our behalf, inviting others who are able to join with us.

We have made this newsletter electronic to enable you to forward this to as many others within the police family as you feel appropriate. This includes serving officers and staff, those who have retired and especially the families and friends of those who have sadly lost their lives over the years. All are invited and very welcome to attend. Next year's service will take place in Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall, Sunday 29 September.

Built in 1990 for Glasgow's reign as European City of Culture, the Royal Concert Hall sits in an iconic position right in the heart of the city's bustling shopping district. There are plenty of hotels and a variety of transport links, which makes arranging travel and accommodation all the more easy.

Glasgow last hosted National Police Memorial Day in 2011.

You can find out more about the venue here.

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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