Full list of Mental Health results
CIT for first responders– 1
Anura Shah and Doug Wyllie discuss the basics of crisis intervention training for first responders.
Helping LEOs heal after critical incidents– 1
Any critical incident is traumatic for the officer involved, and allowing them time to heal should be an agency's top priority. In this video, Brian Nanavaty discusses how the IMPD manages an officer in the wake of a deadly force encounter or other critical incident.
How to have successful interactions with subjects who have Alzheimer's–
Nicholas Greco explains how officers can switch gears when interacting with subjects suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
Officer wellness and resiliency: The IMPD model–
Brian Nanatavy and Doug Wyllie discuss the Indianapolis Metropolitan PD's robust series of programs focused on officer wellness and resiliency.
Law enforcement and managing Alzheimer's–
Nick Greco and Doug Wyllie discuss what cops should be watching for when people suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia are wandering, and how police officers can work with the community to keep those suffering from these diseases out of harm.
Officers in crisis: Giving cops permission to be human–
Dr. Tina Brookes and P1 Senior Contributor Doug Wyllie discuss the "Permission to Be Human" program, which helps cops in crisis.
Dealing with an Officer in Crisis–
Millions of Americans suffer from mental health issues every year. Police officers and other first responders are not exempt from this reality. “A crisis can occur at any time and can include: receiving word of the death/unexpected death of a loved one, a line-of-duty death, peer suicide, a terminal diagnosis of one’s self or loved one, termination, indictment, investigation, arrest, etc.” Agencies prepare to deal with the citizen mental health emergency, but often fall short when addressing these issues within their ranks. Job cuts and dwindling budgets have left many agencies short-staffed. Officers will be exposed to greater rates of stress and trauma due to these shortfalls. Former police officer ad founder of the Blue Wall Institute where she trains first responders on numerous topics related to health and wellness, Olivia Johnson discusses issues on dealing with Officer Involved Crisis.
Suicide awareness in LE: Signs and observations–
John Avery details some of the warning signs of suicide and the support system cops in crisis need to stay safe.
Every contact leaves a trace–
John talks about his career in London's Metropolitan Police and his experience of depression. He reveals how a principle of forensic investigation, that every contact leaves a trance, applies to all our lives and relationships.
The No. 1 silent killer in law enforcement–
About 11 months ago, Michael McSellers didn't know if he would ever wear the uniform again. He had experienced trauma from things he had seen while wearing the uniform. After being away for six months, Michael strapped on his vest and promised from that day forward, he would bring awareness to the No. 1 silent killer of LEOs: PTSD.
Reality Training: How do you safely stop a bridge jumper?– 2
Dave Smith reviews footage of a police officer intervening in a suicide attempt and outlines what cops should consider if they find themselves in a similar rescue situation.
Officer wellness: How the Indianapolis Metro PD cares for its cops–
Brian Nanatavy discusses how the Indianapolis Metro Police Department works with its officers to ensure their success and health on the job.
Helping cops in crisis after the death of a child on a call– 1
Anne Bisek outlines the steps you can take when a colleague is in need of support.
Mental illness: The challenges of staying on medication– 1
PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie interviews Pat Doyle about some of the challenges those with mental illness face that cops may not be aware of.
Man stuck in basketball hoop prompts Seattle PD response– 1
Man stuck in basketball hoop prompts Seattle PD response.
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