Individual wellbeing is personal and therefore unique. It is not something that is given it is developed by each individual for themselves, however external influences can support or hinder the process of achieving a positive state of total wellbeing.
Supporting the wellbeing of our officers and staff is fundamental in achieving an engaged workforce and successful devlivery of policing in Scotland.
There is a range of services available to officers, staff and in some cases household family members providing support from dedicated experts when you need it.
The development of this mobile site is to specifically provide officers and staff with information on what support is available to them.
Good psychological wellbeing stems from positive emotions, feelings of happiness and a sense of meaning and purpose. Having good psychological wellbeing does not mean there is an absence, on occasion, of difficult situations or feelings. It will however enable you to cope with challenging situations in a more resilient way.
Good physical well-being is supported by exercise, good nutrition, and making healthy lifestyle choices.
Good financial wellbeing can be described as being, and feeling, financially healthy and secure.
Scottish Police Credit Union offers a range of financial products and services at preferential rates for the police family.
Police Mutual offers a range of discounted financial products and services for the police family.
SPRA offers members a range of discounts on gyms, retailers, supermarkets and family attractions.
help provides practical information and advice on a variety of everyday issues such as family care, finances, legal queries and housing.
Benevolent Fund can provide support to members and their dependants in need.
Police Care UK is a charity caring for serving and former police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families.
Social wellbeing evolves through the development of positive relationships and cultivating a sense of belonging and social inclusion.