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New photos

Photos of our day in Westminster can now be veiwed

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Summer lunch at The Warren on Wednesday 23rd July from 12 noon

Come and meet friends old and new and join us as we celebrate the 90th birthday of two members.

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Lunch meetings

Join us for lunch and meet up with friends old and new at your local MPS Sports Club

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Notting Hill Carnival thesis research

Did you attend the Notting Hill Carnival in the 60s or 70s? Are you willing to assist a student with her thesis?

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Guided tour of Benjamin Franklin House

Join us on Saturday 25th July 2014 for a tour of the house of Dr Benjamin Franklin - a founding father of the USA, scientist, diplomat, philosopher and inventor.

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Welcome to the Metropolitan Women Police Association

The Metropolitan Women Police Association was formed in 1976 by a group of women officers when integration was introduced and the women police department  was disbanded. The Association was originally formed to provide a means of helping each other to meet and keep in touch with one another.  We are purely a SOCIAL Association.  All serving or former women police, including those who later transferred to other forces or served in the Special Constabulary, are eligible TO JOIN at any time.

Our members live all over the country and also abroad.  We keep in contact with members  via a newsletter three times a year.  This contains details of social and special events, outings and get-togethers at the Met Police Sports Clubs.  Our age range is from 100 to 25.  We welcome new members and new input in order to keep the Association alive and interesting.  We are undertaking the task of transferring historical information on Women Police to a digital format.  Increasingly we are approached by organisations interested in our history, and some of our members have given interviews or have written books about their experiences.  We endeavour to attend memorials to remember officers who have lost their lives on duty.

Events take place throughout the year.  For example, we have visited the Middle Temple at the Inns of Court and undertaken a tour of the Houses of Parliament, guided historical walks in London, walks on the coast followed by afternoon tea, and also museum visits.  We take longer trips away to cities such as Liverpool and Durham.  

We have a Christmas lunch usually in Central London and an AGM in April, followed by lunch.  Some members arrange their own informal lunches locally, making new friends in the process.  Other members just like to belong to the MWPA and read the newsletters.  

We are now making plans, not only to celebrate our 40th anniversary in 2016, but also to celebrate 100 years of women police in London in 2019.  We are a friendly, caring association and we believe we have alot to offer.

PLEASE NOTE:  Serving Officers wanting advice, mentoring etc, should contact other associations e.g. British Association of Women Police Officers, which deal mainly with problems affecting serving officers.

If you are interested in joining us, please click link below or for more information email here.

We receive many requests for information from outside agencies, especially as we are approaching 100 years of women police in London in 2019.   In order to support the work of the MWPA, we would ask these agencies to consider making a donation.  This can be done by BACS payment to sort code 09-01-54, quoting account number 12343908 or send to our mailing address: 5 Courtenay Drive, Beckenham, BR3 6YE.  Thank you.

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News & Events

New photos

Photos of our day in Westminster can now be veiwed

See more here »

Summer lunch at The Warren on Wednesday 23rd July from 12 noon

Come and meet friends old and new and join us as we celebrate the 90th birthday of two members.

See more here »

Lunch meetings

Join us for lunch and meet up with friends old and new at your local MPS Sports Club

See more here »

Notting Hill Carnival thesis research

Did you attend the Notting Hill Carnival in the 60s or 70s? Are you willing to assist a student with her thesis?

See more here »

Guided tour of Benjamin Franklin House

Join us on Saturday 25th July 2014 for a tour of the house of Dr Benjamin Franklin - a founding father of the USA, scientist, diplomat, philosopher and inventor.

See more here »