Sir Robert Peel Fund
The Sir Robert Peel Fund was started in 1990 by the then Chief of Police, Superintendent Ken Greenland, as a local police welfare fund. The fund is unique to the RFIP and is there to help its members and boost the morale of the force. Funds are raised in several ways. Members of the RFIP make regular monthly contributions. Donations are often made by members of the public. Serving officers usually donate money awarded to them by the courts, for example compensation received in the line of duty.
Items in support of the Sir Robert Peel Fund are available for purchase from Stanley Police Station, Monday – Friday, 0800 – 1600.
Items are also available for purchase online for international postage. Please complete the order form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be an international postage charge of £2 per large item and £0.50 per small item. Post to and from the Falkland Islands can take some time and we are unable to offer an express delivery option.
We can accept payments in two ways:
1) By post – UK or FI cheque. Please note that as the Falkland Islands are not part of the UK banking system, additional fees of £4 are charged to pay by UK cheque.
2) By transfer – Please use your full name as a reference on your transaction. Please note that as the Falkland Islands are not part of the UK banking system, additional fees may apply when transferring money to our account. Some guidance on transferring money to the Falkland Islands can be found below.
Account name: Sir Robert Peel Fund
Account number: 002-003760-000
We will email you with confirmation when your items are posted.