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9 tips for mentors, mentees; How sleep affects job performance

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 Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this month's eNews, we've focused our attention on the broad topic of wellbeing — specifically, your mental, physical, and professional wellness. Kendra Nunes offers her thoughts on how sleep affects your mental and physical performance on the job, and Nancy Fatura explains how she builds physical fitness elements into her shift as well as her off-duty activities (hint: if you have enough time to sit and stare at a TV, you have enough time to get into shape).

I examine how you might create healthy mentor/mentee relationships which can enhance and extend your career as a crimefigher.

Betsy Brantner Smith
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Women in Policing
9 tips for mentors and mentees
By Betsy Brantner Smith, PoliceOne Columnist
Certainly all women are not alike, but with three generations of women firmly established in policing, women mentoring other women should be a given. What can we do to help each other become successful?
Health & Wellness
Making time for 'patrol ready' physical fitness
By Nancy Fatura, PoliceOne Contributor
The number one gripe I get from every officer I challenge to get fit is, "I don't have time." Is that so? I think to myself, "How many of us spend an hour a day just staring off into space or at the television?" Plenty, right?
P1 First Person
How sleep deprivation affects officer safety and performance
By Kendra Nunes, PoliceOne Special Contributor
Sleep deprivation is not unique to law enforcement, but the consequences of sleep deprivation are amplified by the unique stressors that come with police work. Here's why

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