From April 2020 the State Pension will increase by 3.9%
The Office of National Statistics have now published the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for September 2019 which shows an increase of 1.7%. As a result, Police Pensions will increase by 1.7 % as of April 2020.
On Tuesday 26th March 2019 a debate took place in the House of Commons concerning the Police Ombudsman for NI: Legacy Cases raised by Sir Jeffrey Donaldson. A link to the Hansard record can be found in read more along with a link to the Newsletter article.
News Letter's series of articles on the 1994 Loughinisland murders, which ran from 11th - 15th February 2019...
Tax matters for Retired Officers are dealt with by the Cardiff Office of HMRC, because of this it is not possible for Retired Officers to register for online Tax matters. The contact number is 03000 534 730 The Office is open Monday to Friday 8.30 am to 5.00 pm
Contacting Police Pension Branch
“Some members, if not all, will be aware detectives from Bedfordshire Constabulary will...........
For attention of members of RUCGC Widows Association, NI Retired Police Officers Association, Local Voluntary Welfare Groups Steering Committee and RUCGC Foundation Between the 18th - 21st July 2019 the Open Golf Championship will be contested at Royal Portrush. Due to expected high demand for the Portrush apartments during this event, the RUCGC-PSNI Benevolent Fund Directors [...]
An article has appeared in the Belfast Newsletter in connection with the proposed draft Legacy Bill, click on the link below to read it.