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Emotional Wellbeing

Your input can help shape future coverage of holistic wellness resources for a healthier, more resilient police force
Understanding and staying ahead of wellness trends can help officers improve their health, resilience and overall performance
Does your PD have a gym but no policy that OKs on-duty workouts? Have you green-lit visits with counselors, but have nowhere for your officers to meet them privately?
The Best in Biz Award recognizes the new version of Lexipol’s Cordico wellness app for first responders
Georgia POST’s law enforcement resiliency program is designed to build mental, physical, social, spiritual and financial health
“Officers today see a lot of hard stuff on the road and on the jobs that they do, so [C.J.] serves to support them and help me whenever I’m providing mental health treatment,” an official said
Unlike common approaches to wellness, COMPASS is designed to tailor program implementation to the conditions that are unique to each agency
The Irving Police Department and Irving Fire Department combined forces to offer EMDR therapy, an employee health clinic, wellness incentives and much more
As a police officer, you need a personal support network to help you deal with trauma; your spouse and friends are a good place to start
By following actionable steps before, during and after a vacation, officers can embrace the therapeutic power of detachment
Constructive strategies are needed, including industry standards for physical and mental health and supervisor training to detect and respond to signs of distress