The Police Rehabilitation Trust
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The Police Rehabilitation Trust was established in 1985 at a time when the escalating trend of injuries incurred by police officers necessitated the provision of a properly equipped and easily accessible rehabilitation centre. The special facilities required have been available at Flint House, Goring-on-Thames since 1988. It was purchased, converted and extended to serve the needs of all police officers - men and women - from 29 of the constabularies of England and Wales. It endeavours to restore injured officers to full health, enabling them to return to normal duties as quickly as possible. More...

A film about the Police Rehabilitation Trust made for Media Trust's Telling Your Stories - the series that celebrates the hard work of charities in London.