Approval has been given to start construction of the new UK Police Memorial to be built at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. After a successful fundraising campaign that has raised £4million out of a £4.5million target, Trustees have given the go ahead for work to start.Read more
The Names of over 4,200 police officers and police staff who have died on duty since the introduction of the Bow Street Runners in 1749 will be commemorated on a new digital memorial launched today (12th November) by the Police Arboretum Memorial Trust in partnership with Twitter UK.Read more
The Police Arboretum Memorial Trust has learned with great shock and sadness about the death of PC Andrew Harper from Thames Valley Police.Read more
We have become aware of a number of misleading and inaccurate stories published in the media suggesting that the names of officers ‘linked to corruption’ investigations could be removed from the new UK Police Memorial to be built at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
This is not the case and does not reflect the Trust’s position.Read more
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