Police Federation

National Police Memorial Day

national police memorial day 2021 header image depicting lincoln cathedral

The 2021 National Police Memorial Day service took place on 26 September as a hybrid event with a small gathering at Lincoln Cathedral, as well as an online service.

You can find the 2021 event brochure here and the most recent NPMD newsletter here.

"NPMD exists to pay tribute to the brave men and women who gave us their all; long may we remember them, and their sacrifice." - John Apter, PFEW National Chair.

Around 5,000 police officers have died whilst on duty in the past 180 years, yet this sacrifice and exceptional dedication to duty remained largely unrecognised until as late as 2004. National Police Memorial Day serves to give formal recognition to police officers who have given their all to protect others and make their communities a safer place to live and work.

Read more about the event and the charity behind it on the National Police Memorial Day website.


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