Queensland Retired Police Association Incorporated
The Aim of the Queensland Retired Police Association is:
The Association was incorporated on 13 January 1992. However, it was first formed as an unincorporated body in 1932 and used to meet in the Welfare Club above the old Roma Street Police Station.
Membership is open to former members of the Queensland Police Service (or any other recognised Police Service) or former Queensland Police Service Public Servants, who have retired or resigned from such service with honour and have continued to be of good character and repute.
Spouses/partners of members and police widows can join the Association as associate members.
The Association has almost one thousand three hundred members and associate members (including life members, veteran members, senior members, and honorary members).
The affairs of the Association are controlled to a large extent by the State Management Committee and to a lesser extent by seventeen Branches which function throughout the state and in Tasmania.
QBANK (formerly the Queensland Police Credit Union) and the Queensland Police Union of Employees continue to be great sponsors/supporters of the Association.
Patron: Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll
2018 - 2023