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The Job and The Life research report

In 2019 Police Care UK published interim results from Policing: The Job & the Life, highlighting that 1 in 5 serving police are living with either Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or Complex PTSD, anxiety disorders triggered by traumatic events. We are now pleased to be…

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Police Get Active Challenge 2020

We are very excited to say that we have launched the Police Get Active Challenge 2020! 6 weeks to get active, have fun in a friendly inter-force competition and support our fantastic Police Care UK charity. Don’t miss out, be part of it! Now more than…

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Police Care UK response to Covid-19

In light of the recent outbreak of Covid-19 and Government advice, we have decided to reschedule and postpone some of our events. Please see below more detail on the specific events, however all attendees who are booked on for events and training will be contacted…

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Sleep Well

World Sleep Day is a day that highlights the importance of good sleep and the benefits that can bring to an individual. This is especially challenging within policing, where the very nature of the role is not conducive to allowing a good routine, having a…

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Introduction to self-employment

Police Care UK is offering a new service for police veterans looking to set up their own business after leaving the service. With more than 11 serious injuries a day, and the psychological trauma of policing taking its toll on more frontline police, the need…

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Mental health strategy for policing urgently required

Police Care UK Chief Executive, Gill Scott-Moore, has today called on police chiefs and the health authorities across the UK to co-develop a national strategy that tackles the serious mental health issues affecting police officers and staff, and volunteers across the UK.

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One in five suffer with a form of PTSD, research finds

This is according to early findings from the largest known force-wide survey, which focused on police wellbeing and screened for clinical symptoms of both disorders. The research has been conducted by a team of sociologists at the University of Cambridge and funded by the charity…

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