Making a difference to the lives of the Police family
At Police Mutual, we make sure we can evidence how everything we do feeds into our purpose of improving lives. To help keep us on track, we link everything we do as an organisation to making a difference to the wellbeing of existing and potential members and customers.
A dictionary definition of wellbeing is ‘the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy’. By working to help our members and customers improve these aspects of their wellbeing…
…we believe we can make a real difference to their work and home life.
Download our Making a Difference to Police & Military Lives report for 2016.
80% of emergency services employees struggle with the negative impact of financial worries, affecting mental wellbeing, relationships, health and productivity.¹
We aim to improve the financial health of the policing community with information to help our members minimise money worries both now and in the future.
Find out more ¹Financial Wellbeing – Police, Fire and Rescue Services Spotlight – Neyber 2016
Being physically healthy helps people function to the best of their ability, enabling them to deal with the challenges of everyday life.
We support the Police Service by delivering a range of wellbeing services that improve physical wellbeing
Mental wellbeing is every bit as important as physical wellbeing and it’s necessary to maintain both in order to stay fit, healthy and able to cope with day-to-day life.
We aim to support not only individuals but the wider Police Service too.
Serving and retired Police Officers and Staff play a key role in improving social wellbeing by connecting with communities. Much of this valuable work is regularly done on a voluntary basis, in a person’s own time and often goes unrecognised.
We’re proud to actively support a number of initiatives to help Officers and the wider Police family help our communities – making them better places to work and to live.