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Researchers are working to improve the measurement of death by suicide of law enforcement officers in the United States
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
“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
Matthew Hunter claimed he was given disproportionate punishment for his offense because he had disclosed his diagnosis
Sheriff McMahill: “If we take care of our responders better than we ever have, they’re going to take care of this community better than they ever have”
Tactically sound officers, with the best officer survival skills and training, seem to suffer the most in the aftermath of getting shot. Read on to understand why
First responders like to avoid admitting their weaknesses and getting help with mental health struggles; isn’t it time for a change?
Implement these steps to help ensure when your officers are asked how they are holding up after an OIS you’ll get an answer that’s better than “I’m okay.”
Constructive strategies are needed, including industry standards for physical and mental health and supervisor training to detect and respond to signs of distress
First responders in Kansas hope the Missouri bill will encourage their own legislators to pass a similar PTSD benefits bill