Commander Moore QPM

Commander Moore QPM
19th November 1993
64 years old

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City of London Police

On 19th November 1993 whilst serving with The City of London Police Force, Police commander Moore QPM attempted to arrest a man in Old Jewry that he suspected to be a bogus charity worker collecting for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital. Commander Moore died as a result of injuries sustained during this arrest.

Commander Moore QPM is the highest ranking Police Officer to be honoured by The Police Memorial Trust and is the first Police Memorial to be unveiled to a member of the City of London Police Force.

Commander Moore QPM

Memorial unveiled 27th September 2021 – Internal shots of Police officers plus musician standing at the entrance of Grocers Hall, City of London

Unveiling Photos 27th September 2021 – External photographs at No. 1 Old Jewry, City of London

Ceremony Programme

Commander Moore QPM Ceremony Programme Page 1
Commander Moore QPM Ceremony Programme Page 2

Location Map

1 Old Jewry London, England

The Memorial Plaque can be found at the junction of Old Jewry and Poultry EC2R 8AJ on No1 Old Jewry.