Police Care UK were delighted to receive a £5,000 donation from The Association of Ex CID Officers of The Metropolitan Police. The generous donation was presented to CEO Gill Scott-Moore by Jackie Malton, an ex Metropolitan officer and member of the association.
The Association of Ex CID Officers of The Metropolitan Police was formed in 1949 with the objective of maintaining the comradeship enjoyed whilst serving in the Criminal Investigation Department. Total membership currently stands at over 1600 and members today enjoy not only the comradeship envisaged by the founders but also access to experienced and trusted contacts in a wide variety of commercial and other enterprises.
The Association was formed with the objective of maintaining the comradeship enjoyed whilst serving in the Criminal Investigation Department of London’s Metropolitan Police. Members have been involved in some of the most high profile criminal investigations in the world and, quite justifiably, can profess and be proud to have served in one of the world’s most famous law enforcement organisations, New Scotland Yard. The Member’s Detective experience and ability is internationally renowned and transcends Counter Terrorism, International and Organised Crime, Murder, Fraud and Money Laundering.
In addition, members have tackled some of the most sophisticated criminal networks operating in London and elsewhere in the UK, utilising some of the most dynamic and innovative investigative techniques.
The Association have awarded a £5,000 donation to Police Care UK as a contribution towards the specialist and confidential programme of practical, emotional, and financial support it provides to the police family.
Member Jackie says, “The ethos of the Association is to support each other, we still feel part of the police family even though we’re long retired. We recognise the complex and demanding challenges faced by our police, and so we have made a contribution to the great work Police Care UK do to enable police and families to recover and rebuild their lives.”