About Police Sport UK & TeamPolice
TeamPolice is the fundraising body for police sport in the UK. It is a joint venture between Police Sport UK (PSUK) and EthosVO. TeamPolice raises much needed funds through an innovative commercial sponsorship scheme to help improve the wellbeing of everyone who is serving and has served in our UK Police Forces by enabling increased participation in sport and physical activity.
PSUK boasts a membership of over 300,000 serving police officers, police staff, retired officers and staff, plus their immediate families. Representing ALL police forces in the UK Police Sport UK plays a major role in providing social and recreational activities for the membership. A comprehensive range of sporting sections provide competition at local, regional, national and international levels.
PSUK Executive Officers
|Her Majesty The Queen|
|Secretary of State for the Home Departments
Secretary of State for Scotland
Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
Secretary of State for Wales
|Sir Anthony Burden QPM BSc (Hons)
Sir John Evans O.St.J QPM DL LL.B
Sir Ronald Flanagan OBE M.A.
Sir Brian Hayes CBE QPM B.A.
Ronald Broome OBE QPM
Andrew Cameron CBE QPM B.A.
David East QPM LL.B
David Shattock CBE QPM
David Stevens CBE QPM LL.B
Steve Finnigan CBE QPM BA(Open) M.A.(Cantab) Diploma A.C. & P.S.(Cantab)
|Matt Jukes QPM MA (Oxon) MSc, Assistant Commissioner Metropolitan Police|
|VICE CHAIR (ADMIN)|
|Andy Cooke QPM, Chief Constable, Merseyside Police|
|VICE CHAIR (FINANCE)|
|Keith Dickinson, Director of Resources, Merseyside Police|
|VICE CHAIR (PARTNERSHIPS)|
|Bill Skelly, Chief Constable, Lincolnshire Police|
|Ian E Campbell|
|Kevin Lloyd, Merseyside Police|
|USPE TECHNICAL COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE|
|Katherine Willoughby, Retired Inspector, Hampshire Constabulary|
|Derek Alldridge MBE, Retired Metropolitan Police
Ian E Campbell, Retired Greater Manchester Police
John Davies, Retired North Wales Police
Graham Heeley, Retired West Midlands Police
Brian Rollings, Retired Devon & Cornwall Constabulary
Sally Broome (Athletics Section)
Peter Darling (South Yorkshire Police Sports Club)
Calum Murray (Scotland Police Recreation Association)
Christian Robinson (Essex Police Sports Association)
Craig Severin (Tennis Section)
Claire Thorn (Swimming & Waterpolo Section)
Katherine Willoughby (USPE Technical Commission)
Members of Management Committee
Chair and Secretary of Sporting Sections
Memorabilia & PSUK Medals
PSUK Range Of Memorabilia Items
Please click on link below for full details.
Bigbury Mint are supplies of the unique PSUK medals. Individually cast in Gold, Silver and Bronze and engraved to match the requirements of the event or occasion, these medals are the ideal presentation gift. Each medal comes in a presentation box complete with the PSUK logo.
Orders can be made by completing the order form below and emailing to the company (see form for details).
European Sport (USPE)
In 1950 a meeting was held in Paris of high ranking officers from European Police Forces to form the ‘Union Sportive des Police d’Europe’ (USPE). Rules were drawn up establishing championships every four years in seven sports. A further thirteen sporting championships have been added to the cycle of events. Five sporting championships are held in each year.
This ‘Olympic’ style format of championships every four years has helped to promote sporting achievement within the police service and has assisted in providing achievable goals and medal ambitions from our top UK police sports persons.
The United Kingdom has played a part within U.S.P.E. and has hosted nine separate championships. The latest such events being the Table Tennis Championships at the Potters Leisure Resort in May 2007, and in 2009 the USPE championships in Ladies Basketball at Sheffield. PSUK hosted the last USPE Cross Country Championships in 2016.
USPE is supported by the I.O.C. and has a registered office in Germany.
From the original number of twelve member countries U.S.P.E. has grown with the changes in European boundaries and the establishment of new communities. U.S.P.E. now boasts 40 member countries:
Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Belorussia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Macedonia, Moldavia, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine and of course the United Kingdom.
For more information please visit www.uspe.org
The date for the next PSUK Annual General Meeting is Tuesday 18th May 2021