Major refurbishment to take place of The National Police Memorial

The United Kingdom’s National Police Memorial is currently undergoing a process of extensive renovation.

Once completed the memorial will be even more fitting as the place for the nation’s centre of honour and remembrance to our fallen police officers.

To facilitate the programme of works we will occasionally have to limit some access to the Memorial. If you plan to visit or are are looking to hold an event at the memorial please contact us to find out how we can assist you.

Repairs & Renewals

Since 1984, The Police Memorial Trust has unveiled more than 50 memorials to officers killed in the execution of their hazardous duty.

Local Memorials to fallen Police Officers are erected to honour the bravery of those officers who paid the ultimate sacrifice to their local communities, normally placed near where they fell.

Our Memorials are maintained and refurbished on a planned programme, if you are visiting one of our memorials and notice any damage or need of general cleaning then please contact the Trust via our contact page.

Or in the case of an emergency via 0203 457 2112 (24 hours).