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A Message from
The Prince of Wales

A Message from
Lord Dear,
Chairman of
the Trustees

A Message from Lord Dear, Chairman of the Trustees

The special facilities for the kind of rehabilitation required by police officers today are available at Flint House in the Thames Valley and you can read about them on this web site.

The Police Rehabilitation Centre serves the needs of all police officers - men and women - from 29 constabularies in England and Wales. It seeks to restore injured officers to full health as quickly as possible and so enable them to return to normal duties.

The purchase, conversion and extension of Flint House required very considerable funding (for which there was no government grant support). The Police Rehabilitation Trust contributed substantially for this purpose and has since provided for the subsequent development and refurbishment programme at Flint House. The Trust must sustain its commitment to the Police Rehabilitation Centre.

Supporting the work of the Police Rehabilitation Trust offers us also an opportunity to express gratitude and appreciation for a devotion to duty which too often results in horrifying injuries and severe mental stress.

I do urge you to support the Trust as generously as you possibly can because the need for its work remains great and is really most important.