The Trinidad & Tobago Police Service Retirees Association
The Trinidad and Tobago Police Retirees Association is a non-profit organization which was formed in 1973 and is funded mainly by its members' subscriptions. Its principal activity is to provide for the welfare of its members in the form of recreational activities and special events and also to provide them with medical refunds, death benefits etc.
The Association has three Chapters – Northern, Southern and Tobago who each generate their own income from fundraising events with assistance from the Head Office.
To participate in activities designed to stimulate the mental and physical well-being of members
- Promote togetherness, goodwill and to improve the quality of life of its members, retired police officers and other law enforcement officers.
- Promote the social, civic, economic, cultural and educational activities for the benefit of its members and the community.
- Collaborate with the Trinidad and Tobago Police Social and Welfare Association in furtherance of the philosophy of the Association.
- Promote and make representation where applicable for beneficial Legislation regarding matters affecting the interest and welfare of its members.
- Promote and improve the profile and image of its membership.
- Promote and collaborate with societies, associations, or community groups, locally, regionally, or internationally having similar aims and objectives of the Association for the advancement of its members.
- Enter into agreements with similar Associations or bodies for the protection and well-being of members of the Association.
- Provide financial and social support to deserving members of the community where applicable.
- Disseminate and publish newsletter, periodicals, books or leaflets that the Association may think desirable for the promotion of its aims and objectives.
- Render assistance to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service where applicable.
The following retired officers were; instrumental in the formation of an Association known as the “Retired Police Pensioners Union”: on 2nd November, 1973. The union was headed by Prince Weston, in the ensuing years the name was changed and is now known as the “Trinidad And Tobago Police Retirees Association”.
Chief Inspector - N. R. Fortune
Chief Inspector - Prince Weston
Inspector - A. R. Monroe
Inspector - Francis Hernandez
Sergeant - George King
Sergeant - N. N. Collins
Corporal - P. A. Scipio
Reap The Benefits
Become A Member Today
At the Trinidad & Tobago Police Service Retirees Association we provide a host of benefits to our members as well as a plethora of activies and events throughout the year