Battling officer stress through building resiliency
Georgia POST’s law enforcement resiliency program is designed to build mental, physical, social, spiritual and financial health
Four years after the rollout – with an interruption by the COVID pandemic – the Georgia Resiliency Program, backed by the POST council and funded by a state grant, is gaining traction. More than 17,000 public safety personnel have been trained – mostly police, but also correctional officers and dispatchers. There are three class levels: user, train- the-trainer and master instructor. Read more about the program here.