Police Rehabilitation Trust The Police Rehabilitation Trust was established in 1985 at a time when the escalating trend of injuries incurred by police officers necessitated the provision of a properly equipped and easily accessible rehabilitation centre
Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House Founded in 1890 by Miss Catherine Gurney OBE and based in Hove, West Brighton until the Centre moved to its present location in South Oxfordshire in 1988.
Police Dependants’ Trust The Police Dependants’ Trust (PDT) provides grants to both individuals and organisations.
North West Police Benevolent Fund The object of the fund is to relieve members when they are in need. None of us know when we, or members of our family, will find themselves in need - a family crisis, a sudden bereavement, an unexpected illness.
Police Firearms Officers’ Association (PFOA) Created by firearms officers in 2009, the Association became a registered charity in England and Wales in 2010. The PFOA has over 6,500 members UK-wide
The Blue Lamp Foundation The Blue Lamp Foundation was established in October 2010 by PC David Rathband after he was shot and permanently blinded by gunman Raoul Moat in Northumbria.
Police Mutual Foundation The Police Mutual Foundation was launched in 2011 to support the welfare of police officers, staff and their families at a time of increasing risks to health and wealth.
Police Pensioners’ Housing Association The Police Pensioners’ Housing Association Ltd (PPHA) was founded in 1968 to establish sheltered warden assisted accommodation for police pensioners and their spouses.
National Chaplains to the Police (NACP) Chaplaincy to the police was first noted in the early days of the police service, however it was not until the 1980s that chaplaincy began to grow rapidly
The Police Treatment Centres Miss Catherine Gurney OBE established a convalescent home for police officers called the Southern Police Convalescent Home in 1890 and the second one for northern police officers in Harrogate in 1897
Mind – Blue Light Programme It was established in 2015, after a report published by Mind found that while 1 in 4 people in the UK experience mental health concerns, people who work and volunteer in the emergency services were more likely to experience mental health issues, but less likely to seek help.