NARPO South Yorkshire

NARPO South Yorkshire Branches welcomes all retired police officers.

We are a part of the National NARPO which represents retired police officers of all ranks and police widows, widowers and partners of former police officers.

We offer a range of services to members including advice on pensions and other issues affecting the welfare of our members.

NARPO is the only Association which looks after the interests of retired police officers and lobbies on their behalf with Government and other organisations.

South Yorkshire has four independent branches - Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley & Rotherham - each run by members elected to their posts. The branches have varying levels of activity but all take the welfare of their members very seriously and will be there for members when they need that little bit of help.

Meet Mick Young !

Meet Mick Young !

Retirement can be the best part of life but we all need a little assistance as we grow older. Who better to turn to than someone who is part of the Police family. It is family we joined many years ago and NARPO is a very important part of that family.



Former DC Stephen Braithwaite (Bessie), 62 years died on Monday 1 October 2018. He worked in Doncaster District both in uniform and CID.  Stephen's funeral will be held at 1.00pm on Monday 15 October 2018 at Rosehill Crematorioum Doncaster. It is to be family flowers only with donations to the palliative care team whom cared for Stephen. Afterwards family and friends are to gather at the Eden Arms Edenthorpe all are welcome to join them to remember Stephen.

Former PC John Glossop, 57 years, passed away on 20 September 2018. John served at Barnsley and was an accident investigator. His funeral will take place at St Mary's Church, High Green, Sheffield at 12 noon on Wednesday 10 October 2018 and afterwards at Rotherham Crematorium.


page last updated on 08/10/2018

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