Team Police is delighted to announce that Fujitsu has joined Team Police as a sponsor to help on our mission to increase well being through sport for the policing family.
Through Team Police Fujitsu will be helping to support over 30 different police sports through Police Sport UK which represents all police forces in the United Kingdom. Police Sport UK plays a major role in providing social and recreational activities for its 300,000 members which consists of serving police officers, police staff as well as retired officers and staff.
Nipa Soni, Fujitsu said, “Fujitsu and our ecosystem of partners are thrilled to be able to give back to the Police Community and support their health & wellbeing through the TeamPolice initiative. We are proud to support those that make such a difference to others’ lives.”
Gavin Thomas OBE, Team Police stated, ‘ Fujitsu are a key provider to public services including policing and criminal justice. We are delighted to welcome them and their partners to the team ! Team Police and ~Police Sport UK have a mission to enhance and support the health and wellbeing of the policing family. We can only achieve this with the support of our business partners such as Fujitsu. I am looking forward to welcoming Fujitsu to our fantastic events and engaging with the service through sport. “
About Fujitsu Consortium
Fujitsu’s vision is to help create a society where people are empowered by technology – to innovate, lead enriched lives, and create new business and social value. It is our job to help you make this happen and that’s why with our expertise and as a trusted partner, we want to enable the police to embrace digital opportunities.
TeamPolice raises much needed funds through an innovative commercial sponsorship scheme to help improve the wellbeing of everyone who is serving or has retired from our UK Police Forces by enabling increased participation in sport and physical activity. TeamPolice is the fundraising body for police sport in the UK.
PSUK represents all the Police Forces of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and provides sporting opportunities for over 300,000 serving and retired police staff.