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9 out of 10 police officers are likely to receive an injury, during their service and each year the Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House, admits over 2,500 sick and injured police officers for intensive treatment and care.

The Police Rehabilitation Centre, a registered charity, was established in Hove, Sussex, in 1890 to provide rest and convalescence to injured police officers. The Rehabilitation Centre is funded most entirely by the officers themselves, receiving no grants from local or central government.

Since moving to Goring-on-Thames, Oxon, in 1988, the Centre has provided additional and very essential forms of active treatment and therapy, to assist officers in returning to duty.

Treatments include

physiotherapy,

hydrotherapy,

stress counselling

general nursing care.

To join - print off the application form here, complete and return to the Federation Office at OCC.

Premiums are just £9.21 per month (Give as you Earn Scheme) - £7.37 net.

For more information visit http://www.flinthouse.co.uk