Did you know that by donating monthly to the Police Treatment Centres you can receive treatment for free following an injury or illness?
For just £1.80 a week you could have the comfort of knowing we will be there for you if you are injured or ill, through treatment, support and recuperation, including intensive, police-specific physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
Although the PTC is a Police Charity and is here to provide a service for our police patients, like all organisations, we have to be financially solvent. The vast majority of our running costs come from patient donations but we are fully aware of the terms and conditions of Special Constables and the fact that you are not paid.
We are currently exploring funding options in conjunction with the Association of Special Constabulary Chief Officers (ASCCO). It is possible that some of your Chief Constables or Police and Crime Commissioners might be prepared to pay for some or all of your donation to the PTC, but this is simply one of a number of options at this stage, and it is likely that there will be variations in the policy from Force to Force.
As an alternative and indeed to expedite the process, Special Constables will be able to sign up directly themselves by direct debit if they want to do so.
If you wish to sign up to the PTC, please download & complete both pages of the form below, and return it to St Andrews.
Once signed up, a monthly donation will be taken directly from your bank and you will then be eligible to apply for free treatment at the PTC. Please be aware that all applications are subject to our clinical criteria and eligibility policy, which means that we must believe that we are able to deliver some clinical benefit to you during your stay at the PTC.
Direct Debit Sign Up Form
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.