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Police Rehabilitation & Retraining Trust

We help build new and healthier futures.

We support thousands of retired and retiring police officers to create the future they want after policing. We make a difference to people’s lives by helping them to feel as mentally and physically well as possible. Together, we work in partnership with you to help you see how valuable your skills are to others, and how, with our training support, you can achieve your personal and professional potential.

We are here to support police officers planning to retire from service, or those who have already retired from the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), or the Royal Ulster Constabulary GC (RUC GC).

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING

This Department provides a comprehensive service working with retiring and retired officers to assist individuals to prepare for the future and to make a successful transition from policing to a civilian life that is rewarding and fulfilling.

PHYSIOTHERAPY

This Department is a highly specialised clinical service working closely with clients to restore and maintain physical function, maximise potential and promote well being.

PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES

This Department is a highly specialist clinical service which aims to address and treat people’s psychological needs which have arisen in the face of adversity and conflict.

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PRRT staff aim to help boost the confidence of clients, helping them explore the future. If you are retiring or are already retired you might find this article helpful.

www.prrt.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Build-your-confidence.pdf
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PRRT staff aim to help boost the confidence of clients, helping them explore the future.  If you are retiring or are already retired you might find this article helpful.  

https://www.prrt.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Build-your-confidence.pdf

Plantar Fasciitis? The condition of persistent heel pain. If you are suffering from this condition, you may benefit from the help of one our Physiotherapists.

One of our skilled therapists can confirm the diagnosis and give you practical advice on stretches, care and tratement to improve this.

To see if you meet the eligibility criteria and to find our more on booking an appointment, please phone 028 9042 7788.
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Plantar Fasciitis? The condition of persistent heel pain.  If you are suffering from this condition, you may benefit from the help of one our Physiotherapists. 

One of our skilled therapists can confirm the diagnosis and give you practical advice on stretches, care and tratement to improve this.

To see if you meet the eligibility criteria and to find our more on booking an appointment, please phone 028 9042 7788.
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