NYPD brass: Cops should seek psychological help
Recent suicides have encouraged efforts to get police officers to seek help for psychological problems
Jamie Schram and Bob Fredericks
The New York Post
NEW YORK — NYPD bosses are stepping up efforts to encourage troubled cops to get help, after the recent suicides of two officers less than a week apart, sources said.
Many cops are afraid that seeking help for psychological problems could derail their careers, sources said.
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