Welcome to the brand new ‘Commitment Campaign’ that has been launched by the National Police Wellbeing Service.
Practitioners from around the country have told us that they want more help to communicate Oscar Kilo and their wellbeing commitment in their force – we hope this campaign will help do this.
The Oscar Kilo (OK) badge symbolises that a force has made a commitment to the health and wellbeing of its officers and staff.
We are asking forces from around the country to display the OK badge whenever talking about health and wellbeing. This will show an actual commitment to the standard set by the National Police Wellbeing Service, the College of Policing and the NPCC.
We want every member of the police service to feel confident that their wellbeing is being taken seriously and that they are properly supported by their organisation.
You have done the work, now it’s time to show your force what you have done and share the success stories.
We want every member of the police service to feel confident that their wellbeing is being taken seriously and that they are properly supported by their organisation. By sharing your stories they will start to see that things are happening.
By sharing your stories with us at Oscar Kilo, you’ll be able to promote your work on a national stage – and you’ll get to learn from others too.
Sharing best practice and ideas is how we learn from each other and we’re giving you the platform to do that.
To help you promote your commitment to improving wellbeing in your force we have created some resources. A small supply of these have been distributed to Blue Light Wellbeing Framework owners across the country.
There are many other resources such as videos on the Oscar Kilo website that we are happy for you to use and share.