The Scottish Police Federation represents all police officers in the ranks of constable, sergeant, inspector and chief inspector, police cadets and special constables; over 18,500 people, 98% of all police officers in Scotland.
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A message from the family of Martin Mooney;
The funeral of PC Martin Mooney will take place at 2.30pm on Thursday 14th November at Falkirk Crematorium.
Family, friends and colleagues are warmly welcomed to help celebrate Martin’s life and then on to the Park Hotel for light refreshments thereafter.
Martin’s family want to give him the send off he deserves, to Martin being a Police Officer wasn’t just a job.
We want to give him his identity back.
We want his boys to see how respected he was as a colleague and as friend, to see a sea of uniformed officers would help them so much. To show them that they will never be alone.
He will be brought in and escorted by his Police family.
Family flowers only and a retiral collection for Cancer Research.
The Scottish Police Federation is devastated to learn of the tragic death of our colleague Martin Mooney and our thoughts are very much with Martin’s family, friends and colleagues.
Our officials continue to engage with the family, offering support and advice.
In the meantime, we call on members of the media to respect the privacy of all those affected by Martin’s death and in particular that they refrain from approaching the family for comment.
(Following developments, this post has been amended from the originally published version)
There will be SPF staff training on 30th and 31st October 2019. Arrangements have been made to cover phones and emails during these days but we apologise if there are any short delays in answering or responding.
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