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Police TASER knife-wielding man at Whole Foods–
Portland police were forced to repeatedly use a TASER on a man known to suffer from mental illness after he was caught shoplifting and grabbing knives from a display rack at a Whole Foods grocery store on Friday.
How to care for the warrior within–
Many fail to recognize the wisdom of the ancient warrior cultures —we must maintain ourselves as warriors by attending to our emotional and mental health
Police wellness program–
Captain Brian Nanavaty of Indianapolis PD discusses the Police Wellness Program his department has implemented to help officers suffering from a variety of issues ranging from professional, neurological, personal, addiction or health problems.
Man charges Seattle police with knife, gets shot–
KOMO News obtained dash cam video of a June confrontation between Seattle police and a knife-wielding man with a history of mental illness.
Woman attacks NC cop with scissors, steals squad–
The woman crashed into several vehicles in the cruiser before she was stopped and taken to be evaluated for mental illness.
Health care behind bars–
Any given day, more than 1300 inmates are behind bars at Mobile, Alabama's Metro Jail. Many prisoners come with health problems, from mental illness and high blood pressure to the common cold.
The Bulletproof Mind–
Lt. Col. Dave Grossman talks about the amazing resilience of the human mind and the importance of keeping your mind, body, and spirit in top working condition.
One cop's struggle with PTSD–
Betsy Brantner-Smith interviews Mort Dzikansky about his experiences with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder following 9/11 and his assignment of analyzing suicide bombers in Israel.
Ontario Provincial Police Association - "Here for You" Video–
Times have changed -- Ontario and Canada face new challenges, from white collar crime to cyberbullies. That's why we're here for our communities. We're here for you. Our members work hard every day to keep our communities safe, healthy, and prosperous. Smart, well-trained, and committed, our members provide effective (and cost-effective) policing services to 322 Ontario communities. From Essex to Thessalon to Thunder Bay -- across nearly a million square kilometres of land and 100,000 square kilometres of waterways -- our members are proud to serve.
Thai Boxing Tool for Law Enforcement–
Diana Rathborne demonstrates how to use Thai boxing as a tool to maximize body mechanics and even stress relief.
Fitness with Di Naso: Prehabilitation of the Lower Back–
James Di Naso gives us pointers on how to safely develop functional strength to use on the street. Related Stories: The Law of Exercise Specificity: Is your workout really going to help you in the field? Chicago's top cop wants force in better shape Winning Over Injury - A Tactically Oriented Approach to Treating Injured Officers Visit the Health - Physical and Mental Fitness topic About James Di Naso: James Di Naso is co-owner and police performance director of Police Kinesiology Co. and an instructor for North East Multi-Regional Training Inc., a regional police academy in Illinois. James is a member of the American Society for Law Enforcement Training and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association and has presented at both organizations annual conferences. He has trained hundreds of federal, state, county and city law enforcement officers over the past three years. Before focusing his efforts on training law enforcement officers, James worked for 15 years as a sports performance coach training athletes at every level, including professional athletes from the National Football League and Major League Baseball. James holds a masters degree in exercise science from Eastern Illinois University as well as professional certifications from the National Strength and Conditioning Association and the United States Weightlifting Federation.
Compton and McCarthy Book Series–
Dan Marcou's McCarthy and Compton trilogy was written with Marcou's policing experience in mind. The fun-to-read book series aims to educate recruits on ethics and healthy life choices for officers.
Excited Delirium: A Medical Emergency–
Lt. Michael Paulus talks about the importance of recognizing excited delerium for the medical emergency it is.
Baddest MF in the Gym–
Be the baddest MF in your gym with Muscle Fortress!
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Strength in numbers: How LEOs can face PTSD and addiction
A look inside one of our nation's first "warriors only" PTSD treatment plans.