NARPO is the National Association of Retired Police Officers. It is a branch based member organisation that was formed in 1919 and has its national headquarters situated in Wakefield. Today it continues to represent retired police officers of all ranks including police widows, widowers and former partners throughout England and Wales.
A range of attractive commercial and financial services are available for members. This includes offering advice on pensions and issues affecting the welfare of their members, medical and legal services, and also holiday offers.
NARPO is governed by a National Executive Committee elected on a regional basis. They have active relationships and links with national associations and charities who represent the interests of retired people. Furthermore, there are close associations with the Police Service and Police Staff Associations.