11/09/2009: The National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO) Annual Conference
Friday, 11 September 2009
The National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO) will be holding its Annual Conference at the Spa Complex, Scarborough on Friday 11th September 2009. The Police Minister David Hanson M.P. will address the 400 delegates and guests during Conference. The main topics for consideration by delegates will be the welfare needs of NARPO members and the treatment of retired officers injured on duty.
For more information contact NARPO on 01924 331254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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