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PTSD quiz: Find out if your symptoms qualify–
This exclusive PTSD screening quiz can help determine if your symptoms are consistent with those of the diagnosis
Leadership strategies to reduce officer stress–
What can leaders, managers and supervisors within a law enforcement agency do to mitigate work-related stress experienced by officers?
Suicide prevention resources for first responders–
From police officers to firefighters, studies show that suicide continues to outpace other causes of death for first responders
Mass. first responder crisis intervention bill signed into law–
The new law requires mental health services to be available for all first responders to help them cope with psychological trauma
Feeling stressed out? Here’s some advice from therapists who’ve taught officers how to cope–
With officer suicide rates on the rise, it’s time for us to pay closer attention to the dangers of stress
Study reveals roadblocks to mental health counseling in first responders–
First responders believe mental health is as important as physical health, but feel that there are repercussions for seeking help
Officials fund mental health program for Pulse massacre first responders–
The program is intended to teach first responders how to care for themselves after crisis events and recognize peers who may have PTSD
5 things that should be on every police leader’s to-do list in 2019–
From spending time with patrol to prioritizing officers’ mental health, here’s what police leaders should do in the New Year
19 on 2019: Expert predictions on the top police issues in 2019–
What challenges will law enforcement face in 2019?
Idaho lawmaker considers using Neb. police mental health crisis program–
Neb. officers have since called the TASC more than 1,800 times — whenever they needed a professional to help them handle a mental health emergency.
Baltimore SRO fatally shoots self in school office–
Officer Joseph Comegna had worked at the school for four years, and had been an SRO for 12 years
Ill. Suicide Prevention Act allows cops in need to connect with other officers–
Designated officers could become trained peer counselors who colleagues can approach with the knowledge that certain elements of what they discuss will remain confidential
Idaho lawmakers seek to provide mental health coverage for first responders–
Officials drafted legislation to include psychological injury as a condition that must be covered by Idaho’s Workers’ Compensation law for first responders
Baltimore County proposes 24-hour mobile crisis team to respond to mental health emergencies–
The mobile crisis teams, which are staffed by police officers and mental health professionals from the Affiliated Sante Group, currently operate only from 9:30 a.m. until 1 a.m.
Chicago PD works to address alarming suicide rate among officers–
Chicago PD expands mental health outreach after losing three officers to suicide over summer
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