The Church Service will once again be pre-recorded and can be accessed via the below link.
On Friday 5th March, chairman Stephen White welcomed new trustee, Joanne Bunting, to the RUC GC Foundation. Joanne met
office staff and visited the RUC Memorial Garden.
Stephen White said, “I am absolutely delighted that Joanne has joined our small team of trustees. For the first time during my
chairmanship we have a full complement of trustees and I am very pleased that the Policing Board have nominated Joanne to
represent them. I am certain she will play a key role in helping us fulfil our important functions: to mark the sacrifices
and honour the
Dear friends and colleagues, as Chairman of the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC Foundation, I know how difficult the past eight or nine months have beenfor many of us and our loved ones. It has also been very challenging for the RUCGC Foundation as we attempted to fulfill its mandate and achieve its annual objectives.
The Foundation, established by the Police (NI) Act 2000, was formed “to mark the sacrifices and honour the achievements of the Royal Ulster Constabulary”. We do this in many ways including the holding of our Annual RUCGC
Statement from Foundation Chairman.
I am sure many of you are aware of the dreadful events of 50 years ago – events that sadly were the commencement of a despicable, bloody trail of murder of many good men and women who served Northern Ireland society as members of the RUC. The following statement was circulated to mark the dreadful events of 11th August 1970:
As Chairman of the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC Foundation it is my privilege to lead an organisation that is charged with the solemn, but nevertheless essential, duty “to
RUC GC DAY 7TH JUNE 2020
MESSAGE FROM CHAIRMAN
Dear Colleagues, I posted this short message on 7th June 2020 – the first Sunday of this month – when we had planned to hold our ANNUAL RUC GC DAY MEMORIAL SERVICE. This year it was to be in Ballymena but due to the dreadful pandemic affecting us all, the RUC GC Foundation reluctantly had to postpone the event. As Chairman of that Foundation – a FOUNDATION that was created to MARK THE SACRIFICES AND HONOUR THE ACHIEVEMENTS of
The RUCGC Foundation is delighted to launch applications for its 2020
Bursary scheme. These provide a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for officers
and staff to explore potential policing innovations through travel outside
Northern Ireland. Up to £5,000 and three weeks of research leave is
The Bursaries are a core part of the Foundation’s mandate to support
policing innovations and are delivered in partnership with Ulster
University and PSNI. They aim to support individual officers and staff in
their professional development and contribute to improvements and
innovations in policing in Northern Ireland. We encourage proposals that
demonstrate why applicants are passionate about