AFTER swimming almost 100 miles, cycling for 2,500 miles and running over 600 miles in consecutive triathlons over 100 days, the Editor of Police Professional, Paul Lander, finishes his final Olympic-distance triathlon next Thursday, 7th February at National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) in Staffordshire.Read more
The Editor of Police Professional, Paul Lander, is to embark on 100 consecutive days of triathlons in aid of the UK Police Memorial.Read more
Addressing guests the Home Secretary, the Rt. Hon. Sajid Javid MP said:
“The last few years have undoubtedly been a trying time for our police, but they have never flinched from doing their duty and in return it is our duty to ensure that we honour all those who have lost their lives.
The UK Police Memorial will provide a focal point for us to pay tribute to them.
It will provide a peaceful place for reflection where every fallen officer is recognised.”
ALMOST £2,000 has been raised by members of the Police family who walked 20 miles along the banks of the River Thames on Saturday, 15th September in aid of the UK Police Memorial, as part of the Thin Blue Line Thames Riverwalk.Read more
ON THE first anniversary of the murder of PC Keith Palmer (22nd March) at the gates of the Houses of Parliament, the UK Police Arboretum Memorial Trust is launching a text giving fundraising campaign to support the building of a new memorial to honour fallen police officers.Read more
Trustees of the UK Police Memorial have decided to honour those officers and staff who have died on duty as well as those who lost their lives in the conduct of their duty.Read more
Trust Responds to The Times Newspaper StoryRead more