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Keith Palmer: Over £420,000 raised for family of ‘brave’ Pc after London attack

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Online donations have poured in for Police Constable Keith Palmer who was brutally murdered in a terror attack in Westminster. 

So far more than £420K has been raised to support the family of the murdered Constable who has been a copper for 15 years. 

It was hoped they’d raise just £10,000 for his family however donations quickly reached 100K within six hours. 

Stephen Redgewell, who started the page, said: “The Metropolitan Police Federation are raising money for the family of Pc Keith Palmer, the police officer who tragically gave his life on 22 March 2017 as he guarded the Palace of Westminster…”
Just Giving has now confirmed  they are working with the owner of the pages to ensure the funds go to the Pc’s family.

A notice on the page reads: “JustGiving is working with the owner of this page – the funds will be sent directly to the family of Pc Palmer.”

If you’d like to make a donation please click here.

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