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Treatment & Healthcare are complex issues for cops as well as criminals. After an officer-involved shooting, a cop must be treated for mental, emotional, and physical injuries. The same goes for criminals who have been injured, although the approach is considerably different.
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April 12, 2012

Friends give recovering W.Va. patrolman strength

Jimmy Lee, 26, is back on his feet since being struck by a vehicle last year - Full Story
April 10, 2012
Norway killer found sane in new assessment

Norway killer found sane in new assessment

Anders Behring Breivik confessed to the attacks but rejected criminal guilt, saying he had acted to protect Norway - Full Story
April 03, 2012

City denies Tenn. cop's PTSD claim

Policy does not recognize officer's psychological injury - Full Story
April 03, 2012

Video: Officer shot in face, ignored by witnesses

Man backs away from cop, shoots him during arrest attempt - Full Story
March 22, 2012

911 tape: Responders battled clock to save trooper

Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper Lowell Russell, 39, continues to recover - Full Story
March 19, 2012

Medics honored for saving THP Sgt. in nick of time

Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper Lowell Russell was spared a fiery death - Full Story
March 16, 2012

Medics guilt-ridden over murder of Canada cop

Responders faced the most difficult decision of their careers — help dying officer or restrain his attacker - Full Story
March 12, 2012

Lawyer: Meds caused Va. cop to stab firefighters

Lawyer said medication Bradley Colas took to treat a respiratory infection made him hear voices - Full Story
January 21, 2012

Physician looks to bring cutting-edge medicine to SWAT teams

Neeki said it is important for SWAT team paramedics to have advanced training in wound care, airway management techniques, and procedures for spinal injuries - Full Story
December 21, 2011

Study: 40% of police have a sleep disorder

With sleep problems come ramifications for safety on the job - Full Story

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