§ Sir J. REMNANT
asked the Home Secretary how many members of the Metropolitan Police Force retired under a police Order issued in 1918 giving men with 28 years' service and over the option of retiring on giving one month's notice;2778W
and whether this month's notice was required in case of men who had secured their pensions under the Police (Emergency Provisions) Act, 1915?
§ Mr. BRIDGEMAN:
The number of officers with 28 years' service and upwards who took advantage of the Order was 109. A month's notice to retire on pension was required of officers who had secured their pensions and who subsequently desired to retire on pension.