NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED POLICE OFFICERS (NARPO)
NARPO is a UK-based, rank-free association of retired police officers dedicated to improving benefits for all members. Serving officers may join as associate members.
It has low annual fees usually deducted from your pensions on a monthly basis. It campaigns to maintain police pensions and looking for improvements in all benefits relating to retired people.Each quarter members receive into their home a glossy magazine written by members and for members, containing valuable improvements in all benefits relating to retired people.
NARPO along with the Police Federation and for North Yorkshire the Welfare Fund provide extra help and assistance to individual members facing problems arising out of their services or their pensions.
North Yorkshire Police Federation enjoy a good working relationship with the national Chief Executive, Clint Elliott and the Deputy Chief Executive Steve Edwards.
We also work very closely with the branches of NARPO in North Yorkshire. And we would encourage you to join NARPO as membership of a local branch and attendance at their regular meetings and other activities enables you to keep in touch with friends and colleagues from your service days.