Charity No: 1146913
A professional HealthCare Provider specialising in the treatment of police officers

The Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House – Special Constables, PCSOs and Designated Detention Officers

If you are a Warranted full time officer you have a choice of how to donate to The Centre to faciltate access.

You may donate either via your force payroll, for which you will need to obtain the requisite sign-up form for your particular force, or, you may sign up direct to Flint House using Direct Debit which can be accessed the link below. You will need to download the form to complete it, to either scan and email back to us or return it completed to the address lower down this page.  

As of  September 2017 the Board of Trustees of the Police Rehabilitation Centre consented that Special Constables, Police Community Support Officers, Designated Detention Officers (employed directly by the Chief Constable or Police & Crime Commissioner), BTP, MOD (DfP), CNC, Ports and Channel Island, officers are able to donate to The Police Rehabilitation Centre and access the Centre for rehabilitation following illness or injury.

The admission criteria  will be exactly the same as for current officer donors. Donation is only by direct debit and not through force payroll. The Direct debit and Gift Aid declaration for completion can be accessed via the following link:

Donation Form Warranted Officers, PCSO, DDO, CDO, Specials, MoD, CNC, Ports 

The Police Rehabilitation Centre.

Flint House
Reading Road

The Board views this as a very positive step in Flint House becoming inclusive of the larger Police Family by opening to officers whose work locations are best served by the proximity and accesability of the Centre in South Oxfordshire.

The Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House is a charity established in Brighton in 1890 and celebrated 30 years at its current location -Flint House - on June 1st 2018.

Thank you for agreeing to support the Centre and ensure it is here for you should you ever need us.