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WMP Transfers Rehabilitation Treatment from Flint House to Police Treatment Centres from 1st January 2020

The Police Treatment Centres is a registered Charity supported by voluntary donations from the Police Family primarily in the Northern forces of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, but also from British Transport Police, the Civil Nuclear Constabulary and the Ministry of Defence Police. Officers currently make a donation from their pay of £1.80 per week (1 January 2016). Treatment is provided free of charge for serving and retired officers who make this small monthly donation.

The Charity provides two Treatment Centres where Serving and Retired Police Officers can receive treatment following an illness or injury, with the aim of assisting their return to better health. The Centres are St Andrews, in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, and Castlebrae in Auchterarder, Perthshire.

Almost 4000 Serving and Retired Officers attend the Treatment Centres each year and most receive intensive physiotherapy. Others seek support with stress-related conditions or anxiety and depression as part of our Psychological Wellbeing Programme.

For further materials, please contact Fran Greenwood

Frang@thepolicetreatmentcentres.org / 01423 504448Welcome West Midlands Police

The PTC is now delighted to be welcoming ​West Midlands Officers for treatment. From ​1st January 2021, West Midlands Police have changed the provision of rehabilitation treatment to the Police Treatment Centres.

A small monthly donation gives you access to free, expert, police-specific treatment at one of our two centres in Harrogate or Auchterarder; regardless of whether your injury occurred on or off duty. Whether it is a physical injury or a need for psychological support, treatment is provided to help recover and aid return to work.

The service is available to all Serving West Midlands Officers, PCSOs, Special Constables and Detention and Custody Officers. Retired Officers can also sign up at a lower rate. Retired officers can find out more here.

 How to sign up?

Any Serving Officer who had previously been donating to Flint House will have been automatically transferred. The transfer is automatic and will be on an opt- out basis; any Officer not wishing to subscribe to the new facility please contact payroll. For those wishing to make donations to the PTC who were not previously donating to Flint House, you can fill in the relevant form below.

For Serving Officers, please click here to download a Sign Up Form.

For Retired Officers, please click here to download a Direct Debit Form.

For PCSOs, Special Constables and Detention and Custody Officers, please click here to download a Direct Debit Form.

Avoid the 12month wait!

Sign up in January, February and March April 2021 & access treatment straight away! Subject to Clinical Assessment. Student Officers receive their first 12months free!

After this amnesty period, any officers signing up to The Police Treatment Centres need to be donating for a minimum of twelve months before they can access treatment.

 

 

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PTC_DL_Recruitment_Leaflet.pdf

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2019_PW_Programme_Poster.pdf

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2019_Physio_Programme_Poster.pdf

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