Liverpool City Police

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Police Roll of Honour Trust

"The POLICE ROLL OF HONOUR TRUST researches and maintains the National Police Officers Roll of Honour and Remembrance."

"A record of the public service and sacrifice of British police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty, since the earliest days of professional law enforcement."

NARPO (National Association of Retired Police Officers)

"NARPO is an organisation representing retired police officers of all ranks and police widows from police forces throughout England and Wales. They offer a range of services to members including advice on pensions and other issues affecting the welfare of their members."

Merseyside Branch:

A history of Liverpool Parks Police:

The Police History Society was founded in 1985 and now has over 350 members world-wide, although most are in the U.K. They include serving and retired members of police forces, academics, librarians, writers, police forces and police related museums and people from many occupations who have an interest in police history:

Care Of Police Survivors (Cops) is a UK registered charity dedicated to helping the families of police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty:

Welcome to the Cathedral Constables' website. This site is dedicated to the ecclesiastical constables who safeguard some of our great cathedrals.

We have done so for many centuries and have played a significant, if little known part, in the creation of the modern police service. We do not purport to be police officers, but seek to uphold the history and traditions of the cathedral constables who have gone before.

Liverpool and Merseyside's life and times transcribed from old newspapers.

The British Transport Police Force has its roots very early in the history of the British police service. The earliest record of a railway police force pre-dates the formation of the Metropolitan Police (usually recognised as the first modern police force in England & Wales), by at least 4 years.

The Police Memorabilia Collectors Club exists to promote and assist the study, collection and understanding of all items of memorabilia relating to police .

The Liverpool and South West Lancashire Family History Society. The society covers the area formerly known as the Lancashire hundred and we have groups throughout the area. Local groups include Liverpool, Leigh, Southport, Skelmersdale, Warrington, and Widnes. Our groups meet regularly throughout the year at their various locations and have a wide variety of guest speakers and workshops. We welcome all members old and new and look forward to seeing you soon.

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