The Police Treatment Centres
As a Police Officer the risk of illness or injury is always there and this can be compounded because of the weight of equipment carried. Recent proposals mean that if injury, illness or stress affects your capability to work the consequences may not only be reduced pay or no pay during absence, but also potentially the loss of your job.
The Police Treatment Centres is a registered charity which provides treatment, recuperation, support, including intensive, police specific, physiotherapy and rehabilitation, for injured and ill Police Officers and retired Officers. There are two residential centres at Harrogate and Auchterarder, Perthshire, which are easily accessible by road or public transport. You do not have to be injured on duty to receive treatment.
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Treatments and facilities
- Intensive, police specific physiotherapy
- Fitness classes
- Police specific, personalised treatment plans
- Workshops focussing on back injuries, sleep and stress
- Complementary therapies
- Patient Advisers qualified in counselling techniques and who have an understanding of the stresses relating to Policing
For more information please refer to the Police Treatment Centres website.
- Physiotherapy Treatment Programme https://bit.ly/3o6tUqY
- Online Physiotherapy Treatment Programme https://bit.ly/3GvdmQ4
- Psychological Wellbeing Programme https://bit.ly/3o1TYUq
- Retired Psychological Wellbeing Programme https://bit.ly/3KO90pw
Sign Up Here
- Direct Debit Sign Up Form Police Treatment Centre
- The Police Treatment Centre’s online sign up form can be accessed via the link above (alternatively a hard copy version of the form can be downloaded here if required).
- The Police Treatment Centres is Charity Commission Registration Number 1147449 and the address is Harlow Moor Road, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG2 0AD.
- Minimum donation of £7.80 to be eligible for treatment.
- Please use the reference ‘MOD’ on the attached Direct Debit Mandate