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

Police Mutual Women’s Health Guide

Whatever stage of your life that you are in, it’s important to understand and look after your physical and mental health. You may be preparing for pregnancy, going through the menopause or looking for answers to a general health query. Find Police Mutual’s Women’s Health guide here Physical Health It’s important to look after your […]

At a Loss – Helping bereaved people find support and wellbeing – 15th December 2022

Bereavement affects everyone sooner or later. It’s one of the biggest stress factors of life.  Every year millions of people are bereaved across the UK. Decades of ‘death denial’ have left many unsure of their reactions and unsupported sufficiently by those around them. Pandemic restrictions have also left millions of people with ‘grief on hold’ […]

Police Care UK launch Ill Health Retirement Commitment – 2nd September 2022

Police Care UK has launched the Ill Health Retirement Commitment in response to feedback collected as part of the Injury on Duty research. Respondents who went through ill health retirement reported finding the support they needed difficult or non-existent whilst others talked about the lengthy assessment and decision-making process that had left them feeling isolated and […]

Marie Curie

Marie Curie is the UK’s leading end of life charity. They provide frontline nursing and hospice care, a free support line and a wealth of information and support on all aspects of dying, death and bereavement. Their leading research pushes the boundaries of what they know about good end of life, and their campaigns fight […]

Wellbeing Factsheets

Police Mutual has developed a series of Wellbeing Factsheets covering physical and mental health issues . These contain useful advice for NARPO Members and signposting to other agencies which can assist and provide further information. Please click on the links on the following documents-   Caring for Loved Ones Carer Fatigue and Stress Living with […]

Police Care UK

    We offer a specialist and confidential programme of practical, emotional, and financial support, to those who have suffered harm as a result of their policing roles. Working independently of police and government and funded only by donations and fundraising, we help people recover and rebuild their lives during or after a career within […]

Police Treatment Centres

  The Police Treatment Centres is a registered charity which provides treatment, support & recuperation, including intensive, police-specific, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, for injured and ill police officers and retired officers. For further information, please visit Police Treatment Centres Retired Officers can sign up using the following link- Retired Officers

Police Mutual Care Line

Life can be tough at times and we all need a little help along the way. Whether it’s coping with bereavement, physical or mental health issues, legal concerns, debt and financial concerns, or family and work troubles, it can mean a lot to talk things through with someone who understands. That’s why… The new Care […]

i-PROGNOSIS, Early Parkinsons Detection Research Project

Many people live with chronic conditions as they age. We can remain independent and sustain our quality of life for longer if those diseases are detected early enough and treated adequately. The European Horizon 2020 research project, titled i-PROGNOSIS, aims to collect data from a wide participant group including healthy volunteers and patients with Parkinson’s […]

Police Charities

Charities have been established up and down the country to serve both police officers and retired police officers in a number of ways, for instance those in need of rehabilitation if they have suffered injury or violence on duty.  In addition charities also support families if an incident renders a police officer permanently or temporarily […]