Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust

Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust


Following the completion of research in the mid-1990s into difficulties the police family felt they had in making a transition to civilian life, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland approved funding in 1998 to address these barriers. PRRT was established in 1999, initially for a three year period, to provide a range of services to assist retired and retiring officers to recognise their potential, identify opportunities, set and achieve their objectives and enjoy optimum mental and physical wellbeing beyond policing.

In light of continued need for the Trust’s services, the contract was renewed in 2002 and again on an on-going basis from 2003. The Trust is a non-profit making Arm’s Length Body of the Department of Justice, fully sponsored by the Department.

The Trust’s vision is to be a world class provider of rehabilitation and training services for its clients who are broadly characterised as:

  • Serving regular and reserve officers
  • Retired regular and reserve officers
  • Medically retired and retiring officers
  • Family members

Our aim is to satisfy the assessed needs of clients in a holistic way by enabling them to achieve their goals through the provision of:

  • Personal Development and Employment Transition Services
  • Training and Education Programmes
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychological Therapies

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