We are the charity for serving and veteran police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families who have suffered any physical or psychological harm as a result of policing.
We are independent of the police service, and are funded entirely by donations and fundraising - we receive no money from government or forces for our work.
If you would like to discuss the practical, emotional or financial support that Police Care can potentially provide, please make a referral below or call 0300 012 0030 and ask to speak to a member of our team.Make a referral
Policing has a lasting impact on the physical and psychological welfare of police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families. This affects them during and after service. That's why we provide confidential care for life.
We've cared for more than 10,000 serving and veteran police and their families come to terms with their situation, and rebuild their lives. Here are just a few of their stories.
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Giving Tuesday is a day where everyone can do something to support the good work that Police Care UK do.
You can share your time, donate your money, or support us through our events! It is a day to give back by supporting a cause close to your heart.
Sunday Times bestselling author John Sutherland has put pen to paper once again and is writing the second book in his new series of fictional thrillers. You could win YOUR NAME in this exciting new book!
As we reflect on a year which brought challenges none of us could have every imagined, whether these have been personal, professional, organisational or indeed all three, it turned out to be a very different year to the one we all hoped for. We saw unprecedented times for both our charity and, more importantly, the people we help. We’re very pleased to launch our 2020/21 Impact Report,
We've made some changes to our volunteering programme recently, including some changes to our Police Care Champions programme.
The Wolf was Not Sleeping is a heart-warming bedtime story specially written by Avril McDonald to soothe the anxiety of children whose parents work as first responders and to help initiate emotional wellbeing conversations. This special UK police edition has been written and designed in collaboration with Police Care UK as part of our offer to support families of serving police personnel.
Police Care UK believes everyone should understand the dangers police face everyday, and how the harm they suffer can affect them and their families. Through improving awareness, we help develop appropriate services to support them, and reduce the shame of physical and psychological injuries so that people can get the care they need with dignity.
Police Care UK believes that police and families should always have someone to turn to that understands their situation and can respond effectively to their needs. By providing a specialist and confidential programme of practical, emotional, and financial support, we help more people effectively recover and rebuild their lives.
Police Care UK believes that caring for their people is the duty of every police organisation. Our role is to complement this care, and help identify gaps through targeted services, projects, and programmes.
As a Friend of Police Care, you can give knowing your support is directly helping members of the Police Family who have suffered both physical and psychological harm. Police Care UK is the National Charity that supports both serving and retired Police Officers and Staff who have suffered physical and psychological harm, helping them recover and rebuild their lives.