The Police Rehabilitation Centre, Flint House, is reaping the benefits of a pool lift from Dolphin Mobility at its base in Goring, Oxfordshire. The organisation, established in the 1890s by Catherine Gurney of the Gurney banking family, is a charity funded by local authorities, fundraising events and the police officers who use the facilities.
The centre is a residential unit, housing 158 rooms and servicing officers from 29 different forces from the Derbyshire and Staffordshire border, down to Cornwall, Wales and Essex. Just last year, the centre saw 3,832 officers pass through its doors, making it one of the biggest rehabilitation centres of its kind. Its biggest contributors are the London Metropolitan Police and Thames Valley Police, who regularly recommend the centre to its officers.