Police Dependents Trust

Police Dependents Trust

Since the 1960’s the Police Dependants’ Trust has provided financial support to police officers and their families in the event of that officer being killed or seriously incapacitated while on duty.

In particular, the Trust supports:

  • dependants* of police officers, or former police officers, who die, or have died, as a result of an injury received in the execution of duty;
  • police officers, or former police officers, who are, or have been incapacitated as a result of an injury received in the execution of duty; and
  • dependants* of police officers, or former police officers, who are, or have been incapacitated as a result of an injury received in the execution of duty.

*Dependants can refer to spouses, partners and children, but may also include elderly parents and other relatives, and foster/adoptive/step children for example.

The Trust operates across the United Kingdom and has to raise around £2.5 million each year to continue supporting officers and their dependants who are in need of financial support. Since its inception, the Trust has given more than £45million to some seven thousand beneficiaries.

The Trust was set up in December 1966 following the murder of three police officers by armed criminals.

For full details & how to apply for a grant please visit the PDT website HERE

 

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