90 days from today is Fri, 16 August 2024

Norfolk Police Federation

Pre-retirement Course

Book your place
Date: 16 April 2024
Time: 09:00 - 16:30
Category: Seminar
Venue: Norfolk Police Federation Office
Address: 43 Thorpe Road, NR1 1ES
Telephone: 01603972590
Norfolk Police Federation have launched an exciting new pre-retirement seminar in partnership with Reflect Financial.

Who are Reflect Financial?
The police team at Reflect Financial has over 20 years’ experience in helping both serving and retired police officers make provision for their ongoing financial security. Our popular Pre-Retirement Seminars have proven nationally to be an invaluable source of advice and guidance as officers consider a life beyond policing. Our seminars are delivered by an expert team of financial planners, all of whom specialise in the police sector.

What will we cover?
  • Managing your finances in retirement
  • Developing a financial strategy
  • Police Treatment Centres
  • Preparing for retirement CV
  • Preparation Personal Taxation
  • Police pension schemes and 'the remedy'
  • Estate Planning and wills (inc ‘power of attorney’ and long-term care*)
  • Group Insurance Scheme
Where and when?

Running from 9:00am - 4:30pm, the seminars will take place at the offices of Norfolk Police Federation, Vox House, 43 Thorpe Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR1 1ES on the following dates:

16th April 2024
8th October 2024

How do I register?

Our seminars are completely free to attend. To reserve your place at an upcoming session, simply click the link below

We have asked ICT to allow access to the above link, so we hope this works. But if it gets blocked you will have to access the link from a personal device to register.

Alternatively, email our team on: policeseminars@reflectfp.co.uk. Please include your full name, rank, collar number, date of intended retirement, and mobile phone number. As well as the date you wish to attend. 

This seminar is open to both Federated and Superintending ranks who are due to retire within the next 2 years.

Our Chair, Andy Symonds has negotiated with the Chief Constable that officers can get duty time to attend these seminars. However, this is dependent on operational commitments allowing your attendance. Therefore, you are required to seek permission from your supervisor and RMU before your attendance so an assessment can be made to release you. If officers attend on a rest day, then you can request an 8hr RDIL be added to your DMS account.

Officers can only attend these seminars once on duty time.

 

 

Please click here for the full PDF leaflet which details the 1 day course content. 

 

 

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