City of London Police Recruits Visit The National Police Memorial

PC Madeline Eaton laying a floral tribute at the National Police Memorial

The latest intake of recruits to The City of London Police have paid a visit to The National Police Memorial in The Mall in London to pay their respects to fallen officers. P.C Madeline Eaton (pictured) laid a special floral tribute on behalf of the group to honour the sacrifice of the officers. At just 19 years of age Madeline … Read More

HRH The Prince of Wales signs the new Roll of Honour Book

Prince Charles & Geraldine Winner

(featured image shows HRH Prince Charles meeting Geraldine Winner at the National Police Memorial Day on September 29th 2019) HRH The Prince of Wales signs the new Roll of Honour book to be housed in the National Police Memorial New book signed by Prince Charles at the National Police Memorial Day, September 29th 2019   NEWS LINK:

Father Dan Talbot from Australia visits the Memorial

Father Dan Talbot and Dennis Rowen

Dennis Rowen of The Police Memorial Trust was honoured to host Father Dan Talbot and his wife Kylie from Queensland, Australia where he is the chaplain for Queensland Police. Father Dan attends the memorial annually to lay a floral tribute on behalf of his department. Dennis Rowen said: “It was delightful to meet Dan and Kylie. It shows what prestige … Read More

Special Visitors to the National Police Memorial

Senior American Police Officers visit UK’s The National Police Memorial. During their recent visit to Britain senior members of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police made time in their busy schedule to make a special visit to the UK’s National Police Memorial to pay their respects to fallen British police officers. Their gesture of friendship and solidarity … Read More

Newly Reprinted Police Roll Of Honour Unveiling Ceremony

Unveiling Ceremony - National Police Memorial

A special ceremony has taken place at the National Police Memorial in London to unveil the newly reprinted Police Roll of Honour which commemorates fallen police officers. The event, which took place at the National Police Memorial in The Mall in London, was organised and hosted by the Police Memorial Trust. Their Chair, Geraldine Winner – the wife of the … Read More

Refurbishment of the United Kingdom’s National Police Memorial

National Police Memorial

The Police Memorial Trust are pleased to reveal the commencement of the refurbishment of the United Kingdom’s National Police Memorial. Having been designed by the world renowned architect Lord Foster the National Police Memorial was opened by Her Majesty The Queen on 26th of April 2005. It stands on Cambridge Green at the junction of The Mall and Horse Guards … Read More

PC Keith Palmer, GM

PC Keith Palmer

Special Announcement **UPDATE 05-03-2019** – PC Keith Palmer’s Memorial was unveiled on February 20th 2019 – Please CLICK HERE for more details. The Police Memorial Trust can now confirm publicly for the first time that we are to place the Nation’s memorial to P.C Keith Palmer, GM, at the Palace of Westminster later this year. Shortly after the terrible events … Read More

Memorial to murdered police officer unveiled in Richmond

A memorial to a North Yorkshire Police officer who was murdered in 1977 has been unveiled in Richmond. The plaque, in memory of  25-year-old PC Norman Garnham, was provided by the Police Memorial Trust and is placed on the courtyard wall of The Green Howards’ Museum in the town centre. PC Garnham was the first North Yorkshire Police officer to … Read More

Damage to WPC Yvonne Fletcher’s Memorial

wpc yvonne fletcher memorial

Following the despicable act of criminal damage to WPC Yvonne Fletcher’s memorial the Police Memorial Trust would like to thank all the people who have contacted us with offers of help and very kind words of support. We will have to temporarily remove Yvonne’s memorial stone for cleaning but please be assured it will be returned to it’s rightful place … Read More

Trust Invited to Firefighters Memorial Service

Geraldine Winner Laying Flowers - Keith Palmer GM Memorial

Increasingly forgotten, as time passes, is the fact that prior to the formation of the National Fire Service in August 1941 Fire Brigades were operated by the Police Service. Local authorities realised that in disciplined and trained police officers they had the opportunity to ask them to perform dual roles as both crime and fire fighters, thus providing protection against … Read More