Welcome to Manchester & District NARPO
The National Association of Retired Police Officers
NARPO was formed in 1919 as a non-rank organisation in England and Wales
for retired Police Officers and their Widows/Widowers/Partners. Its aim is to
safeguard the rights of members and to promote measures for their welfare,
with particular regard to pensions.
Links have been forged over the years with all major political parties.
Narpo's expertise is recognised Nationally and the Organisation is called
upon for advice and comment on a regular basis by Politicians, Civil Servants
and other Staff Associations. At a time when pensions are high on the agenda,
Narpo has provided evidence, both written and oral, to a number of Government
enquiries including Hutton and Windsor.
Locally over the last couple of years, Narpo has assisted members in
Greater Manchester who had their injury pensions reduced automatically
at the age of 65 years to win back their former banding.
Members receive a quarterly Magazine, the "Narpo News", which contains
up to date information and advice on pensions and benefits, together with
employment opportunities and member offers. The Branch sends out regular
email Newsletters, together with updates concerning information about
colleagues who have sadly departed, as well as local member offers.
Hard copy Newsletters are also distributed less frequently to those not on email.
Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011
Sandie Wilde MA
Bob Dunbar BA (Hons)
Membership of Narpo is currently £1.63 per month
which can be deducted directly from your Pension.
Why not join if you are not a member already?
Enrolment is online - just click the logo!
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