These charities provide support for the families of officers who have been killed or seriously injured on duty.
The Metropolitan and City Police Orphans Fund The charity supports the children of serving and former officers of the Metropolitan Police and the City of London Police Forces.
Association of Retired Police Dog Charities Association of Retired Police Dog Charities was established in September 2020. Locally based Retired Police Dog (RPD) Charities have been in existence since 2005.
The Police Children's Charity The original Northern Police Orphanage for children of deceased police officers opened in north England in 1898 by Miss Catherine Gurney.
Care Of Police Survivors (COPS) Care of Police Survivors (COPS) was founded in March 2003 by Jim McNulty and Christine Fulton.
The Gurney Fund Provides financial support for the care and education of children of deceased or medically retired police officers, on and off duty, from the 22 subscribing forces in England and Wales. A weekly allowance, distributed quarterly, is paid to the parent or guardian with whom the child lives.