Please view the list of clubs below to choose the club you wish to join. Simply contact the club directly through their information provided.
Auckland Ex Police Officers Club
The Auckland Ex Police Officers Club has been going since the mid 1970's with a membership of 210 to 220
Membership cost is $10p.a. and life membership is available from the age of 80 (there are around 20 life members)
New members are always welcome!
Taranaki Ex Police Members Group
We publish a monthly newsletter, If you would like to join us please call our convenor for details.
|Vaughan or Fiona Watson|
Hawkes Bay Retired Police Club
The Club meetings for a lunch on the 2nd Tuesday of March, June, September and December.
Membership fee is $5p.a., with free membership for those over 80 years of age
We also hold other coffee mornings and visits to interesting locations throughout the year.
We have nearly 100 members on the membership mailing list.
Wanganui Retired Police Club
The Wanganui Police club commenced in 1985 with a meeting at the Wanganui Police Station however as members became older and the stairs became a problem for some the meetings were held at the local RSA for many years and then about two years ago shifted to the present venue.
A newsletter is prepared each month with details of forthcoming events, activities in other regions, local member occurrences and deceased notices. The newsletter is available to other clubs on request.
Frequent visits are made to other clubs and we hold an annual social evening. We also endeavour to have at least one trip away a year to a place of interest. Many of our members take an interest in the NZ Masters Games and if anyone would like to know more about this please feel free to request a copy of the Information Pack. There are some 68 sports or activities so there is sure to be one for everyone! Just send us an email or letter.
(06) 348 7307
Manawatu Retired Police Club
Membership fee is $7.50p.a.
Ex and retired Police, and widows of ex police welcome.
We currently have 60 members and our newsletter is issued 3 to 4 weeks prior to meeting.
Wellington Retired Police Club
The Wellington Retired Police Members' Club has existed for some 30 years and operates under a written Constitution.
The Club's Patron is the Commissioner of Police. Current Life Members are Tony Maher, Marie Storey, Paul Mears and Sherwood Young. Deceased Life Members are Lawrie Philpott, Bart Simmons, Tom Robbie, (retired Commissioner) Bob Walton and Nancy Thompson.
The Club has a membership of 130.
Membership is open to:
- Retired employees of the two New Zealand Police Service organisations and the Police Credit Union.
- Any person of good character who has resigned or otherwise left any Police Service, or either of the two New Zealand Police Service organisations.
Honorary membership is open to:
- The spouse, son or daughter of any retired or former member of the New Zealand Police.
New members are always welcome!
Marlborough Retired Police Club
(03) 578 1219 or 021 587 80
Nelson Retired Police Club
The Nelson group has a database of 73 members.
We meet four times a year on a Thursday at 11am to hear a guest speaker. Partners are welcome as are guests and visiting retired officers. Those that want to can follow that by purchasing their own lunch, at the Hotel dining room.
Anyone interested to come along and join our group please contact Rex as per the below.
03 548 7235 or 021 2987406
Canterbury Retired Police Club
The Retired Police Club (Canterbury) was formed in 1969 and has operated continuously for the past 36 years to service the interests of both retired police members and those who have resigned from the Police in good standing. The interests are seen as purely social.
The District Commander of the day is the Club's Patron.
Currently, the Club has 95 members and includes widows of previous members who retain membership (if they wish). At this time there is no subscription fee.
The main social events each year are a mid-year luncheon, and a Christmas luncheon. The latter function is routinely held at the Christchurch Casino and attracts more than 70 people. The AGM is held prior to the mid year function, at which time members can decide on any other social activities they may wish to participate in.
(03) 351 0959
South Canterbury Retired Police Club
The South Canterbury Retired Police Officers Club was formed in 1991. It currently has 57 members, former members of Police and widows of Police members.
The club hosts two regular functions each year. It has its AGM mid year combined with a luncheon and guest speaker and an end of year function.
The club is very informal. In the last 12 months there have been two impromptu surprise morning teas for members celebrating their 80th and 90th birthdays.
They are also a good way to keep in touch with former members of Police.
(03) 688 8310
Dunedin Retired Police Club
A meeting of several retired Police members was held at Dunedin on the 12 December 1979 to consider forming a Retired Police Officers Club. An interim President and Secretary were elected to begin the Club's organization. The Dunedin club was duly formed at their next meeting on the 14 February 1980.
Club members and their partners, widows and friends hold a Mid-Year luncheon in June as well as a Christmas luncheon in December. The club currently has 39 members (as at Nov 12), who pay an annual subscription of $10.00.
The club has awarded Life Membership status of the club to the following long serving members -
- Roy Mitchell, moved to Wanaka
- John Craig, moved to Levin (deceased)
- Ronald Bridge (deceased)
- Walter Shepperd (deceased) the Club's foundation President.
New members and visitors are always welcome
The Club has awarded "Honorary" membership to Police Chaplains -
Monsignor John Harrison
Reverend Ivan Murray and
retired Barrister and Coroner Jim Conradson.
West Coast Retired Police Group