UK Police Get Active Challenge 2020

Now more than ever, the health and wellbeing of our officers and staff is paramount for serving our community and looking after ourselves.

We’re asking every member and supporter of every force across the UK to join our Get Active Challenge this summer, to get moving, feel better and help support the national Police charity who do so much for us.

We are the charity for serving and veteran police officers and staff, volunteers, and their families who have suffered any physical or psychological harm as a result of policing.

What is the Police Get Active Challenge?

We want YOU to Get Active between 14th September and 31st October and raise vital funds for Police Care UK whilst doing it!

The Get Active challenge is a friendly inter-force competition for all the family! Pick your chosen force and Get Active, it’s as simple as that.  All activity you do counts and is tracked on national leaderboards with individual and collective mileage and fundraising targets! Run, walk, cycle, swim, online/offline classroom, weights, dog walk, treadmill, anything goes except being sedentary! Challenge your force against others, compare and reward individuals, departments, organisations, regions and countries, the choice is yours!

Not affiliated with a police force? Just do it within your local area or pick the force that covers your favourite football team! It’s up to you how you do it!

Fundraising is a critical part of this Get Active Challenge – half of your £15 entry fee is going directly to us to help us make sure both serving and former colleagues who suffer harm, and their families, have someone to turn to when things get tough.

  • The cost of entry per person is £15 with 50% of the fee going directly to Police Care UK!
  • Log your activity and share images on social media using #PoliceGetActive
  • Check the leaderboards and get the friendly banter going with friends and colleagues!
  • Collect your fabulous police medal and feel great about your achievement whilst helping others in policing!

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