Terrific pre-war photograph of the Liverpool City Police Driving School taken in Sefton Park. From l to r: DKA 670; BMA 267; CKB 384; DKB 694; DKB 632; DKB 693; DKC 731; AKF 876, Tony Roach Collection

Nationally membership is made up of retired police officers from all police forces throughout England, Wales and the Isle of Man, together with their spouses, partners, widows and widowers. From an initial membership of 3000 the Association has grown and now embraces a total membership of over 89,000. It is the only organisation that exists to protect the rights of police pensioners.

Locally the Merseyside Branch has a membership consisting of over 3300 full members including life members, members and widow/widower(s).  It is the one of the largest Branches within Narpo and the largest on Merseyside.



  • Representation by committed people striving to obtain a fair deal for every member.
  • Access to information about potential employment opportunities.
  • Access to special deals on goods and services, particularly in respect of insurance and travel.
  • An opportunity to keep in touch with both former and serving colleagues through the NARPO branch network and locally through the Merseyside Branch Message Board
  • Access to help and assistance when facing problems arising from your police service or pension.