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Debt Advice for the British Police Force

We have over 20 years experience in dealing with debt problems encountered by all employees of the British Police Force and the Police Service of Northern Ireland.

As a Civil servant or Police officer you do not have the options available to deal with your debt which are available to civilians. Our experience gives us a special insight into the impact debt can have on the career prospects and family relationships of all types of Police employees.

We realise the importance of dealing with your debts whilst ensuring there is no employer contact from your creditors.

Our valued clients include police men and women from all constabularies in the United Kingdom.

Government statistics show there is a £trillion of consumer debt in the UK. Finance houses are very quick to lend money, and credit is easy to obtain. But when you are unable to meet your contractual payments, they will just as quickly begin an aggressive recovery process, using debt recovery agents, county court judgments (CCJ's), bailiffs and repossessions.

This creditor pressure can have immense personal costs, leading to:

  • Stress
  • Stress related illness
  • Marriage/Relationship breakdowns
  • Domestic violence
  • Escapism through alcohol and drug use
  • Self harming
  • Suicide

We can help you RESOLVE your problem by giving free, best advice, which is tailor made for your situation.

We will give advice and recommendations on:

  • Debt management
  • Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA's)
  • Pro-rata arrangements (Self Help)
  • Bankruptcy
  • Trust Deeds (Scotland only)

TELEPHONE: +44 (0)1732 365380
7 days a week 8am-8pm

Example: Mr Bennett was struggling to pay £800 per month on £27k of debt. After negotiations we were able to reduce this to £250 and he will be debt free within 60 months.