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Partner Organisations

There are a number of partner organisations who actively seek to support the Wellbeing of Police Scotland Officers, staff and families.


Scottish Police Credit Union Ltd

The Scottish Police Credit Union is a member owned organisation who provide access to financial services for the police family.



The Scottish Police Recreation Association is one of the largest police sports and recreation associations in the UK.


Police Mutual

Police Mutual is a financial services organisation that provides support to the police family. They offer a range of services and products for the police family.


Police Treatment Centre

The Police Treatment Centres provide care to support both physical and psychological wellbeing of those suffering an injury or illness.


Scottish Police Benevolant Fund

Scottish Police Benevolent Fund was established to provide support to members and their dependants in times of need.


Police Care UK

Police Care UK is a charity caring for serving and former police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families.


Scottish Police Credit Union

The Scottish Police Credit Union is a member owned organisation who can enhance your financial wellbeing by providing access to:

Loans from £250 to £25,000 - With guaranteed low interest rates.

Financial Products : That can be used as an alternative to high interest credit cards or pay day loans.

Start Saving : Credit Union encourages saving and you can start with as little as £10 a month via automatic wage deduction.

Member Benefits : Free Life Cover, Free Sickness Cover and Free Debt Advice.


Phone number: 0141 771 1314


The Scottish Police Recreation Association is one of the largest police sports and recreation associations in the UK. They help their members make positive life choices in relation to their physical, social and financial wellbeing.

Discounts available for commercial sports & recreation facilities, supermarkets & high street shops plus other general discounts and offers :

Gyms - SPRA maintain over 90 gyms in stations/offices across Scotland.

Sections - SPRA supports 30+ Sports and Recreation Sections.

Lochinch Sports Pavilion - 3G and Grass pitches available for hire.



Police Mutual

Police Mutual is a financial services organisation that provides support to the police family. They provide access to services which can enhance your financial wellbeing and are available exclusively to serving and retired officers, staff and their families .

Financial Planning

Police Mutual aims to make it as easy as possible for their members to get into the savings habit, regardless of income and how much they're able to put aside.

They also offer free mortgages advice and guidance on financial planning for returement including pensions.
A range of savings, investments and insurance products are available all at preferential rates for members.


Financial Education

Police Mutual aims to help their member better understand their current financial position and be more confident about their financial future. Free Financial Education classes are available with 92% of previous attendees feeling better equipped to make financial decisions for their future.


Debt Advice

Police Mutual offer a debt advice service through PayPlan, an independent, FREE, debt management company. Through this service Police Mutual members can get the support they need to regain control of their finances.


Police Treatment Center

The Police Treatment Centres provide Police-specific treatment for any on or off duty injury. Whether it is a physical injury, or a need for psychological support, treatment is provided to help recovery. Serving or retired officers, PCSOs and Special Constables can attend either of the two treatment centres, St Andrews in Harrogate North Yorkshire or Castlebrae in Auchterarder in Perthshire.


Many Officers attending treatment centres do so to receive intensive physiotherapy treatment. Each patient is assessed upon arrival and a tailored programme is then developed based on the individual's clinical needs. A proactive approach to treatment is given at each Centre, with the emphasis on "helping patients help themselves".

Patients are encouraged to participate in education and exercise classes and make use of the facilities which include the hydrotherapy pool, swimming pool, fitness gym and tennis courts.
The physio team have a wealth of experience gained from working in the healthcare sector.

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Rehab gym, classes and pools

Each Treatment Centre has excellent resources available. Both gyms have recently been refurbished with brand new equipment. A wide range of fitness, wellbeing, strength and mobility classes are held at the Treatment Centres and are mostly taught by our physiotherapists and fitness instructors. Both centres have swimming and hydrotherapy pools which can be used to assist rehabilitation programmes.

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Psychological wellbeing

Although many patients visit the Treatment Centres for physiotherapy and physical injury, stress, anxiety and other similar conditions.

Psychological wellbeing programme

Police Officers can find themselves under high levels of stress due to many reasons, both personal and professional. Attending the Treatment Centre provides Officers with the necessary support needed in an informal setting, reducing the pressures of life and workload to enable them to take the time to learn strategies to improve their psychological wellbeing. This two-week progress is designed specifically for serving Police Officers.


Treatment Centres employ Patient Advisors who work to provide the best possible care for patients. They are all experienced counsellors who provide solution-focused therapy. Patient Advisors provide a confidential listening ear, a sounding board to help patients make important decisions, advice, support and further signposting if required. All Patient Advisors have a good understanding of the Police culture.


Phone number: 01423 504 448


Scottish Police Benevolent Fund

The Scottish Police Benevolent Fund is the official charity of the Police Service of Scotland. The aim of the Benevolent Fund is to provide support to members and their dependents in times of need.

The primary purpose of the Benevolent Fund is the prevention or relief of poverty of those in need by reason of age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantages.

Membership is open, on subscription, to serving Police Officers and Staff within the Police Service of Scotland (or any former Police Force within Scotland).

Phone number: 0300 303 0028

Police Care UK

Police Care UK is a charity caring for serving and former police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families.

They provide practical, emotional and financial support for serving and former police officers, staff, and volunteers who suffer harm as a result of their policing role. All help and advice is confidential and impartial.

The mission of Police Care UK is to reduce the impact of harm on police and families. Examples of the help they provide includes:

  • Assistance with the cost of retraining for officers who have been medically retired as a result of an injury on duty, enabling them to access a new career.
  • Help with the cost of specialist equipment/adaptations to an injured officer's home
  • Contribute to the costs of children's extra-curricular activities or providing educational bursaries.
  • Meet unexpected costs that arise in times of crisis.
  • Provide access to counselling.

Phone number: 0300 012 0030