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On-demand webinar: Heart disease in police: 90% of the clues we miss

Moderated by Gordon Graham, Co-founder of Lexipol

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The focus of this groundbreaking webinar features the latest evidence-based data published by the medical experts at Sigma Tactical Wellness. Exciting new cardiac health findings for law enforcement are covered during this important webinar. The information features the most recent study of thousands of police officers across the United States who were evaluated through the Sigma Tactical Wellness cardio-metabolic screening program between 2019-2023.

The results prove the following:

  • Police officers are at greater risk of heart disease than civilians.
  • Early screenings detect and reduce the risk of heart attack in police officers.
  • Substantial cost savings for police agencies that provide Sigma Tactical Wellness screenings.
  • Retention, recruitment, morale and police performance are all enhanced in heart healthy agencies.

Learn how to change the health, and culture, of your agency through incorporating heart-health into your department’s wellness strategy.


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L - R : Gordon Graham, Jonathan Sheinberg, Noel March

Gordon Graham is a 33-year veteran of law enforcement and is the co-founder of Lexipol, where he serves on the current board of directors. A practicing attorney, Graham focuses on managing risk in public safety operations and has presented a commonsense approach to risk management to hundreds of thousands of public safety professionals around the world. He holds a master’s degree in Safety and Systems Management from University of Southern California and a Juris Doctorate from Western State University.

Dr. Jonathan Sheinberg has served as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. Currently, he is an adjunct clinical professor of medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch. In 2013, Dr. Sheinberg developed the Cardiac Screening Initiative (CSI), an observational cohort with the intent on determining the causes of and reducing the prevalence of coronary disease in law enforcement officers throughout the United States.

Noel C. March serves as Chief Strategy Officer for Sigma Tactical Wellness, LLC as well as faculty of Justice Studies and Director of the Maine Community Policing Institute at the University of Maine at Augusta (UMA). Chief March is a nationally recognized subject-matter-expert in Community Oriented Policing who presently sits on the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Board of Directors.