NARPO – The voice of retired police officers
NARPO – The voice of retired police officers

Welcome to NARPO Derbyshire

About Derbyshire Branch

Derbyshire Branch was formed in 1947 and in 1956 the Chief Constable, W. E. Pitts, was invited to become President of the Branch, to which he agreed, and the practice continues to this day.

The branch area encompasses a variety of landscapes, and towns with industrial heritage. Stretching from the heather moorland of the Dark Peak, through the limestone valleys of the White Peak, to the City of Derby and the south of the county, which has a more rolling countryside which includes parts of the National Forest.

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Further Key Information

The branch, whose aims are to safeguard the rights of members and promote measures for their welfare, with particular regard to Police Pensions, has over 1400 members.

The branch has an active social calendar with events running throughout most of the year.

Details of these, together with news items and other useful information can be found on our main website: which is regularly updated.

Contact Us

Branch Secretary: Sean Murphy

Tel: 01773 609043