Living Memorial Fund

The UK Police Memorial will be timeless.
It will touch lives.

David-Wilbraham

“When a Police Officer or Police staff member loses their live in a tragic incident it is a matter of public record and media interest often for a relatively short period of time. The cost of such loss is immeasurable, far more personal and lifelong. To be able to offer practical, appropriate emotional and committed ongoing support is one way in which we can truly stand alongside those whose loved ones pay the ultimate price in maintaining our peace and security.

Robert Peel said that ‘the public are the Police and the Police are the public’ such events remind us all that this is not merely a principle but also a shared responsibility.”

Canon David Wilbraham, National Police Chaplain

Once the Memorial is built and dedicated, a Living Memorial Fund will be set up as a permanent investment. The Living Memorial Fund will maintain the Memorial for the nation.

It will also provide funds to support the loved ones of those who have died, as these tragic events occur. The Trust will work in partnership with Police Chaplains, for example, to ensure that families get the help they need – when they need it the most.

Once the Memorial is built and dedicated, a Living Memorial Fund will be set up as a permanent investment. The Living Memorial Fund will maintain the Memorial for the nation.

It will also provide funds to support the loved ones of those who have died, as these tragic events occur. The Trust will work in partnership with Police Chaplains, for example, to ensure that families get the help they need – when they need it the most.

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