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NARPO – The voice of retired police officers

St Helens Members’ Area – President

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President: Dennis Glynn

I was born and educated in St  Helens and joined St Helens Borough Police in 1959 after having worked at Pilkington Glass on leaving school.  As P.C. 33, I was posted to patrol duties on the outskirts of the town.  I had various attachments with the CID, Warrants dept, Coroners Officer and trained as a Firearms Officer.  Becoming P.C. 5313 on the amalgamation with the Lancashire Constabulary, I was later posted to the Admin unit and had a two year stint in the Control Room.  We became part of the Merseyside police on its formation in 1974.  I was latterly a Juvenile Liaison Officer until my retirement in 1992.

I took up a post as a Home Liaison Officer at Sutton High School until finally retiring in 2003.

My wife Sue and I have been together for 60 years and have two children.  Sue, the daughter of a Police Officer, was a Senior Clerk/Typist in the old prosecutions dept with the police.

Throughout my service,  Bishop Road Club has been close to my heart and I was on the committee for 21 years ending up as Secretary for 3 years until 1989.

I am relishing the prospect of a successful term as President and I can assure you that I will concentrate my efforts on supporting our excellent committee, in providing our membership with the service for which they have become renowned in NARPO circles.