A Brief History
The Police Community Clubs of Great Britain are the only pan-United Kingdom Sports and Citizenship organisation administered by serving and retired police officers and / or police staff.
It was formed in 1979 by the committee of the British Police Olympic [Amateur] Boxing Association, who recognised the role that amateur boxing could take in engagement with hard to reach communities and those whose lives were spent engaged in or on the periphery of crime.
Over the years, a great deal of research and the identification of a number of credible partners has secured our primary position as the leader in ‘off the shelf’ and bespoke sport and citizenship programmes.
Sport Based Programmes
When reading through this web site you will find that we have, over the past 40 years, evolved into a collective of Police Community Boxing Clubs and now have an outstanding portfolio of work in a myriad of settings including prison and post release rehabilitation and mentoring programmes, work within Mosques, support for post war zone veterans, sports programmes for the deaf and other disability groups and much more.
We at all times wish to maintain a ‘can-do’ approach to those who search out our assistance.