Frequently Asked Questions

Who can become a member of the Police Retirees Association (TTPRA)?

Please see joining the TTPRA.

What are my benefits for being a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Retirees Association?

Apart from meeting and interacting with former coworkers and other members to build your social life and remove some form of loneliness, see benefits.

Who are the persons leading the TTPRA?

Please see the Executive Management Team

How soon can I get a medical benefit after being a member?

You must be a financial member for twelve months before you can enjoy the financial benefits of the Association.

Can I change my beneficiary?

Yes, you can, by preparing and submitting to the office the change of beneficiary form.

What is the opening and closing hours of the TTPRA office?

Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 3:00pm. Except public holidays.

Other than the main office, where are the other offices?

The main office is the only office at the 1st Floor Annex, Riverside Plaza Port of Spain. There are zonal chapters, Northern, Southern, Western and Tobago without fix operational offices.

Can I bring photocopy of my medical receipts to apply for refund?

No, you must provide the original receipts which would be returned to you upon request.

What is required to make a death claim?

The original death certificate must be provided which would be returned upon request. Also, the named beneficiary submitting some form of national identification.

If a member is unable to come to the office and collect medical refund proceeds can someone be sent on their behalf?
Yes, this can be done by written authorization with the appropriate identification of the member and that of the person collecting.

What must I do to become a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Retirees Association?

Please see application process.