National Police Wellbeing Service

Our purpose is to deliver evidence based approaches that promote, prevent, detect and treat workplace health issues know to impact on employee wellbeing. We will ensure that every police force has access to the best guidance and support possible so that they can provide top class wellbeing support for everyone who works for them.

Psychological Risk Assessment Programme Extended

We have now extended our Psychological Risk Assessment Programme, meaning we will be able to offer online psychological risk assessments to...

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GUIDANCE – Responding to Trauma in Policing 2020

An updated guidance document 'Responding to Trauma in Policing' has been published by the College of Policing. The document, originally publ...

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Fatigue and shift work

Following the results of the first national police wellbeing survey in 2019, we have embarked upon a number of pieces of work to tackle fat...

Peer Support Training Pilot Completed

In August 2020,  five police forces in the UK were asked to pilot the online OK Peer Support training hosted on this website.  This tr...

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Covid-related anxiety and distress in the workplace

This new guidance for employers and employees has been published by the British Psychological Society. It includes thorough advice, solu...

Physical Fitness Service Description

The aim of this part of the service will be to promote the benefits, support organisations and individuals to improve and provide a nationa...

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Police wellbeing and major incidents

Today (5 June 2020), we have published a new guidance document titled 'Police wellbeing: A staged approach when dealing with major inc...

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Mindfulness Sessions

Whist working hard and dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak we need to remember to take time for ourselves. We have put together some mind...