Dinner with the City of London Police Commissioner - 22 September 2916

The City of London Police Commissioner’s Dinner – 22 September 2016 was held in one of the executive dining rooms on the 31st floor of the JP Morgan Building at Canary Wharf. The view of the City skyline at sunset on a warm summer’s evening, experienced by those who attended, was stunning and a fitting backdrop to this prestigious Company event. To read the full report click  Dinner with the City of London Police Commissioner - 22 September 2916 .


Visit to The Royal Hospital Chelsea - 17 September 2016

On this excellent visit about forty members of the Company and their guests learned the history of the Royal Hospital during a fascinating guided walking tour expertly led by ex-Royal Military Police in-Pensioner Michael Allen.  To read more about the visit, please click  Visit to The Royal Hospital Chelsea - 17 September 2016 .


Livery Halls Walk - 15 September 2016

The Master, Ian Mayes and Senior Warden, Stephen Anderton represented our Company in the inter-Livery, Livery Halls Walk on 15 September – a hot but lovely sunny day in the City.  To read the full report click  The Livery Halls Walk - 15 September 2016 .

Apprentice Tour of The ‘Old Bailey’ - 14 September 2016

To learn more about the Apprentice Tour of the 'Old Bailey, please click here.

Affiliates Lunch - 28 June 2016

The Company held a luncheon in London on Tuesday 28th June to recognise our Service Affiliates during Armed Forces Week. This was the first major Company event for our new Master Ian Mayes QC who had taken up his appointment earlier that month. To read the full report, please click this link  Affiliates Lunch - 28 June 2016 .

2016 Kings College London Academic Prize

Each year our Charitable Trust awards a prize to a student attending the MA Course in Terrorism, Security and Society at the Department of War Studies, Kings College, London.  The winner of the 2016 Prize was Grace O'Neill from Northern Ireland for her essay titled "Why do people support the Taliban in Kanduz?"  It was reported that the marks awarded to Grace by her tutors for her work were far in excess of those that would merit a First Class Honours Degree.  The prize, a cheque for £200, was presented by the Master, Ian Mayes QC, at the Installation Luncheon on 8 June at Drapers’ Hall.  Grace already holds a BA in History from Cambridge University and is seeking a career in Security.

To read the essay, please click here.