Benevolent Fund say farewell to Tony Timms
Looking back over the years it is clear to see that Tony has dedicated most of his life to helping others.
Tony was a long serving officer with West Midlands Police, retiring from the Force, as a Superintendent, in 1989. Following his retirement he became an active member on the Birmingham Branch Committee of the National Association of Retired Police Officers (NARPO).
Following hot on the heels of Trevor Hancock, Tony represented the Birmingham Branch on the management committee of WMP Benevolent Fund offering advice and support to its members.
In the late 70’s, as well as donning his flares, he served as an inspector at Thornhill Road then moved into the Force Control Room at Newton Street. He was promoted to Superintendent and worked on the ‘D’ division before returning to the Force Control Room prior to retirement.
Staff, committee members and Fund Directors would like to wish Tony all the very best as he steps down from the Benevolent Fund and bids us a final farewell. His work and commitment to the Fund over the years has been really appreciated and we wish him well.
Thank you Tony and happy retirement!