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Funeral of Former DCC Ian Readhead Order of Service

Former Deputy Chief Constable of Hampshire Constabulary Ian Readhead sadly died on the 17th June 2020.Hampshire Constabulary colour logo medium res

Due to COVID his funeral is a private family service but to enable those who would have otherwise been present to follow the service you can download the service which is taking place on the 1st July 2020 at 11:45am here.

The order of service is in 2 parts:

Part 1 – Outline of the service

Part 2 – Readings and poems

DCC Paul Netherton thanks chaplains

We've had a lovely message of support from Paul Netherton OBE Deputy Chief Constable, National Lead for Civil Contingencies, President of Christian Police Association on this International Day of Prayer
 
"I just wanted to take a quick opportunity to say thank you for the work of the chaplains across the country during Covid 19
I have picked up ( not least from my own Force) what a great job the chaplains have been doing to support their Police colleagues during this very challenging time. From phone calls and zoom meetings to deliveries of supplies and welfare checks ( even at a social distance) the chaplains have done the service proud.
Thank you for all you and the team have done
On our International day of prayer for police I want to let you know there are many prayers being said thanking God for our chaplains!
Paul"Thank you word cloud
 

Conference 2020 Postponed until 2021

The new dates for our conference are 21st -23rd June 2021Conference Poster Postponed 1

National Police Memorial Day Postponed

The National Police Memorial Day newsletter is available to view and download NPMD 2

here

Sadly in the newsletter you will read that the NPMD service is cancelled for this year, this is due to the ongoing restrictions around COVID-19.

National Police Memorial Day Co-ordinator, the Reverend Canon David Wilbraham MBE said:

“At this stage it is difficult to know what the situation will be later in the year and how that might affect planned events, including National Police Memorial Day.We are mindful of all those in the police family who have faced pressures over these weeks, whether in their own personal circumstances or professionally, as they have been part of the effort to keep people well and our communities safe.Based on the current circumstances, the Trustees of National Police Memorial Day have decided to cancel our gathering in Lincoln this year. We know that this decision will be a disappointment we all feel, and we will miss being together.However, we are absolutely committed to mark National Police Memorial Day over the last weekend of this September and do so in a way that will enable you and others to be part of it. It is likely that this will be an online memorial service. As soon as a decision has been made, we will make a further public announcement."


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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