Links to Officer’s Memorial Pages

Please click on the officer’s name in red to view their memorial page

PS Christopher Head

Metropolitan Police

PC Geoffrey Fox

Metropolitan Police

PC David Wombwell

Metropolitan Police

PC Stephen Tibble

Metropolitan Police

Insp Stephen Dodd

Metropolitan Police

Sgt Noel Lane

Metropolitan Police

WPC Jane Arbuthnot

Metropolitan Police

WPC Yvonne Fletcher

Metropolitan Police

A/Sgt Brian Bishop

Essex Police

Sgt John Speed

West Yorkshire Police

PC Keith Blakelock

Metropolitan Police

DC John Fordham

Metropolitan Police

PC John Taylor

Staffordshire Police

PC Ronan McCloskey

Metropolitan Police

PC Frank Mason

Hertfordshire Police

PC Gavin Carlton

West Midlands Police

Insp Raymond Codling

Greater Manchester Police

PC Laurence Brown

Metropolitan Police

Sgt Alan King

Metropolitan Police

PC Duncan Clift

Kent Country Constabulary

DC James Morrison

Metropolitan Police

SC Glenn Goodman

North Yorkshire Police

Sgt William Forth

Northumbria Police

PC Patrick Dunne

Metropolitan Police

PC Phillip Walters

Metropolitan Police

WPC Nina MacKay

Metropolitan Police

PC Jeffrey Tooley

Sussex Police

PC Kulwant Sidhu

Metropolitan Police

PC Raja Bashrat Ahmed

Greater Manchester Police

PC Stephen Jones

Avon & Somerset Constabulary

PC Jon Odell

Kent County Constabulary

PC Alison Armitage

Greater Manchester Police

PC Malcolm Walker

West Midlands Police

PC Bryan Moore

Leicestershire Constabulary

PC Andrew Munn

Leicestershire Constabulary

PC Ged Walker

Nottinghamshire Police

DC Stephen Oake

Greater Manchester Police

PC Ian Broadhurst

West Yorkshire Police

DC Michael Swindells

West Midlands Police

PC Sharon Beshenivsky

West Yorkshire Police

PC Joseph Carroll

Northumbria Police

PC Jonathan Charles Henry

Bedfordshire Police

PC Gary Toms

Metropolitan Police

PC Bill Barker

Cumbria Police

PC Ian Dibell

Essex Police

PC Fiona Bone

Greater Manchester Police

PC Nicola Hughes

Greater Manchester Police

PC David Phillips

Merseyside Police

Kenneth Howorth GM

Metropolitan Police

Captain Roger Philip Goad GC. BEM

Metropolitan Police

Constable James Armstrong

Derwent Division

PC Norman Garnham

North Yorkshire Police

PC Keith Palmer GM

Metropolitan Police

PC William Henderson

Cleveland Police

Fallen Officers’ Index

Since the formation of the Trust in 1984 it has erected 49 local memorials to 48 Police Officers killed in their execution of their hazardous duty, normally at or near where they fell. Listed below are details of the year of the officer’s death, the Force, any national honours or awards and the location of the Memorial.

1  

30th September 1847 – Constable James Armstrong  – Derwent Division

Memorial – The Royal Hotel, Dockray – unveiled 2018

 

2  

14th April 1893 – PC William Henderson  – Cleveland Police

Memorial – Binks Street, Middlesbrough – unveiled 2019

 

3  

12th August 1966 – Metropolitan Police

Detective Sergeant Christopher Head 

PC Geoffrey Fox

TDC David Wombwell

Memorial – Braybrook Street, London W12. –  unveiled 1988

 

4  

26th February 1975 – PC Stephen Tibble  – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Charleville Road, London W14 – unveiled 1992

Posthumously awarded the Queens Police Medal

 

 

5

 

29th August 1975

Captain Roger Philip Goad GC. BEM – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Kensington Church Street, London – unveiled 2018

 

6

 

2nd March 1977

PC Norman Garnham – North Yorkshire Police

Memorial – Richmond, North Yorkshire – unveiled 2018

 

7

 

26th October 1981

Kenneth Howorth GM – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Oxford Street, London – unveiled 2018

8  

17th December 1983

Insp Stephen Dodd

Sgt Noel Lane

WPC Jane Arbuthnot

Memorial – Harrods – Hans Crescent, London SW1-  unveiled 1985

 

 

9

 

 

17th April 1984  WPC Yvonne Fletcher  – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – St James’s Square, London.-  unveiled 1985

 

10  

22th August 1984 – A/Sgt Brian Bishop – Essex Police

Memorial – Central Avenue, Frinton-on-Sea. – unveiled 1986

 

11  

31st October 1984 – Sgt John Speed – West Yorkshire Police

Memorial – Kirgate, Leeds- unveiled 1986

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Brave Conduct

 

12  

6th October 1985 – PC Keith Blakelock – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Muswell Hill Roundabout, London N10.- unveiled 1986

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal

 

13  

26th January 1985 – DC John Fordham – Metropolitan Police

Memorial- School Lane, West Kingsdown, Kent. – unveiled 1987

 

 

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23rd November 1986 – PC John Taylor – Staffordshire Police

Memorial- Kingsway/Glebe Street, Stoke-on-Trent – unveiled 1989

 

15  

9th May 1987 – PC Ronan McCloskey  – Metropolitan Police

Memorial -Dudden Hill Lane, London NW10 – unveiled1989

 

16  

14th April 1988 – PC Frank Mason – Hertfordshire Police

Memorial – Bank Court, Hemel Hempstead – unveiled 1989

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal

 

17  

19th December 1988 – PC Gavin Carlton – West Midlands Police

Memorial-Torrington Avenue, Coventry – unveiled 1990

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Brave Conduct

 

18  

14th September 1989- Insp Raymond Codling– Greater Manchester Police

Memorial – Birch Services M62 – Heywood – unveiled 1991

 

19  

28th August 1990- PC Laurence Brown – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Pownall Road, Hackney, London E8 – unveiled 1991

 

20  

29th November 1991 – Sgt Alan King – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Higham Hill Road, London E17 – unveiled 1993

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Bravery

 

21  

22nd  March 1991- PC Duncan Clift – Kent Police

Memorial –  Wentworth Car Park, Alemouth, Hexham – unveiled 1993

 

22  

13th December 1991- DC James Morrison  – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Montreal Place, London W2 – unveiled 1994

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal

 

23  

7th June 1992 – SC Glenn Goodman – North Yorkshire Police

Memorial – Wetherby Road/Station road, Tadcaster – unveiled 1994

 

24  

21th March 1993 – Sgt William Forth – Northumberland Police

Memorial – Sun Hill, Sunniside, Whickham –  unveiled 1995

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Bravery

 

25  

20th October 1993 – PC Patrick Dunne – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Cato road, London SW4 – unveiled 1986

Posthumously honoured with the highest Met award, a gong at a Commissioner’s commendation ceremony.

 

 

26

 

 

18th April 1995 – PC Phillip Walters – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Empress Avenue, Ilford, Essex – unveiled 1997

 

27  

24th October 1997 – WPC Nina MacKay – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Arthingworth Street, London E5 – unveiled 1998

 

28  

24th April 1999 – PC Jeffrey Tooley – Sussex Police

Memorial – A259 Brighton Road, Shoreham-by-Sea – unveiled  2000

 

29  

24th October 1999 – PC Kulwant Sidhu – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Mereway Road, Twickenham, London – unveiled 2000

 

30  

31st August 1999 – PC Raja Bashrat Ahmed – Greater Manchester Police

Memorial – Oldham Road/Queens Road, Manchester – unveiled 2001

 

31  

17th May 1999 – PC Stephen Jones – Avon and Somerset Police

Memorial – M48 service area, River Seven – unveiled 2001

During his service in the police, PC Jones received a Chief Constable’s Commendation for Dedication and Bravery for an incident in the Wrexham area.

 

32  

19th December 2000 – PC Jon Odell – Kent Police

Memorial – Shottendane Road, Margate – unveiled 2002

 

33  

5th March 2001- PC Alison Armitage – Greater Manchester Police

Memorial – Robert Street, Oldham – unveiled 2002

 

34  

4th October 2001- PC Malcolm Walker – West Midlands Police

Memorial – A34 Birchfield Road, Perry Bar, West Midlands – unveiled 2003

 

35  

15th August 2002- PC Bryan Moore & PC Andrew Munn

 Leicestershire Police

Memorial – Donnington Park Services – unveiled 2005

 

36  

9th January 2003 – PC Ged Walker – Nottingham Police

Memorial – Cantrell Road, Bulwell, Nottingham – unveiled 2005

 

37  

14th January 2003 – DC Stephen Oake – Greater Manchester Police

Memorial – Crumpsall Lane, Manchester – unveiled 2006

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal

 

38  

26th December 2003 – PC Ian Broadhurst – West Yorkshire Police

Memorial –  Dib Lane/Grange Park Avenue, Leeds – unveiled 2008

 

39  

21th May 2004 – DC Michael Swindells – West Midlands Police

Memorial – Tame Valley Canal, Aston, Birmingham – unveiled 2008

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal

 

40  

18th November 2005 – PC Sharon Beshenivsky – West Yorkshire Police

Memorial – Morley street, Bradford – unveiled 2009

 

41  

13th April 2006 – PC Joseph Carroll – Northumbria Police

Memorial – Styford Roundabout, A69 near Corbridge – unveiled 2008

 

42  

11th June 2007 – PC Jonathan Charles Henry – Bedfordshire Police

Memorial – Arndale Centre, High Street, Luton – unveiled 2008

 

43  

11th April 2009 – PC Gary Toms – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – Ashlin Road, Stratford, London – unveiled 2010

 

44  

20th November 2009 – PC Bill Barker – Cumbria Police

Memorial – Curwen Park, Ramsey Brow, Workington – unveiled 2012

Posthumously awarded the Queen’s Commendation for Bravery

 

45  

9th July 2012 – PC Ian Dibell – Essex Police

Memorial – Sea Front  Memorial Gardens, Clacton-on-Sea – unveiled 2015

Posthumously awarded the George Medal

 

 

46

 

18th September 2012

PC Fiona Bone – Greater Manchester Police
PC Nicola Hughes – Greater Manchester Police

Memorial – The Hub, Mottram, Manchester – unveiled 2016

 

47

 

5th October 2015

PC David Phillips – Merseyside Police

Memorial – Hamilton Square Gardens, Birkenhead, Merseyside – unveiled 2017

 

48

 

22nd March 2017

PC Keith Palmer GM – Metropolitan Police

Memorial – The Palace of Westminster, London – unveiled 2019

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