The Police Treatment Centres (PTC) continues to welcome Retired Officers for treatment at our centres in Harrogate and Auchterarder.
Both of our Centres have significantly improved over the last two years and the standard and quality of the treatment and facilities are better than ever. We continue to value retired officers at the PTC and in 2017 we treated 311 retirees on a residential basis at our Centres.
If you spent the majority of your police service in one of the PTC constituent forces you are eligible to become a PTC donor and beneficiary, so please sign up by direct debit for only £0.65 per week, to take advantage of our class-leading facilities.
Help us to support you, by donating to an outstanding police charity that has continuously treated serving and retired police officers for over 115 years.
Listen to the views of Retired Officers about their experiences of treatment and benefits of signing up. Forms are available below.
To retain eligibility for treatment, subject to clinical assessment, in your retirement; please download your retired officer direct debit form here.
The PTC Board of Trustees directed on 1st August 2015 that if Retired Officers wish to access free treatment at the Police Treatment Centres (PTC) from 1st January 2016 that they must be signed up to the PTC as a current donor. This new policy applies for both residential and outpatient appointments (Castlebrae only). The donation rate is set at £0.65p per week.
If you have questions about the policy change, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions which should answer your question.
For further details please click here.
All decisions on admission for treatment will always be based on the merits of each individual case and admission prioritised on the need for treatment. Please view the Charity’s full Clinical Eligibility Policy by clicking here.