“I BELIEVE WE HAVE A POSITIVE STORY TO TELL”.
THE ROYAL ULSTER CONSTABULARY GEORGE CROSS FOUNDATION
Stephen White OBE (Chairman)
I am indebted to the editor for agreeing to this article. I know many readers have served in, or have close connections with, the RUCGC so I am grateful for this opportunity to write to you.
Since my appointment as Chairman of the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC Foundation, one month ago, I have been meeting and talking to as many members of the RUCGC family as possible – from Cookstown to Antrim and from
Three new Trustees have been appointed to the RUC GC Foundation.
The DoJ said Sandra Best, June Butler and Shane Quinn who have been appointed following an open competition will take up office on January 14th 2019.
Former Assistant Chief Constable Stephen White has been named as the new chairperson to the RUC GC Foundation.
Mr White, who served in both the RUC and the PSNI, will take up office today for a term of five years.
Commenting on his appointment, he said: “I feel very privileged to be offered the opportunity to lead the RUC GC Foundation, particularly so since I am its first chairman to have served in the Royal Ulster Constabulary.
“The Foundation has a mandate which is very close to my heart – to mark the
Celebrating 75 years of Women in Policing 1943 – 2018.
Friends and Colleagues, Staff and Officers both retired and current are invited to
attend this special event.
Thursday 15th November 2018
Great Hall, Stormont Parliament Buildings
6.00pm – 8.00pm
Light refreshments will be served on arrival, please advise of specific dietary requirements on booking.
Please RSVP by Friday 26 October.
To register your attendance online now, please click here.
Response of the Royal Ulster Constabulary George Cross Foundation to the Northern Ireland Office Consultation Paper on the Draft Northern Ireland (Stormont House Agreement) Bill
The Chairman and Trustees of the RUC GC Foundation have launched the Response of the Royal Ulster Constabulary George Cross Foundation to the Northern Ireland Office Consultation Paper on the Draft Northern Ireland (Stormont House Agreement) Bill.
Annual Report for the year 2014/2015
Annual Report for the year 2015/2016
Annual Report for the year 2016/2017
Annual Report for the year 2017/2018
Royal Ulster Constabulary George Cross Foundation
The Department of Justice is seeking to appoint a new Chairperson of the Royal Ulster Constabulary George Cross Foundation for a term of five years. The role carries the responsibility of being the Foundation’s Accounting Officer.
The RUC GC Foundation has many varied roles including, documenting the history of policing, maintaining the RUC Memorial Garden at Brooklyn, Belfast, and making a positive contribution to the professional development of police officers and policing, through a bursary scheme for serving police officers in Northern
The RUC GC Foundation, 65 Knock Road, Belfast, BT 5 6LE – Charity Number XR80453,
The RUC GC Foundation exists to mark the sacrifices and honour the achievements of the Royal Ulster Constabulary. This policy relates to personal data collected and held by the Foundation.
Personal Data Collected
The Foundation collects and holds names, email addresses and postal addresses for the following purposes.
Informing our volunteers and wider family of events and news in relation to Foundation events and activities.
The Foundation deems its lawful reason for collecting data as those