October 10, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear PoliceOne Member,

Maintaining your emotional well-being and mental health is essential to ensuring a long and successful police career.

In this month’s P1 Careers eNewsletter, Chief Joel Shults discusses how controlling your anger helps maintain your health, while Lynn Strom reviews four ways to be an emotional survivor in law enforcement.

We also discuss how cops can become experts in their field and turn that expertise into career opportunities after retirement.


The PoliceOne Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
Is anger a necessary poison in policing?
By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D.
Anger creates body chemistry that can be toxic if not flushed from the body by time or physical exercise
4 lessons for surviving a law enforcement career
By Lynn Strom
The transition from idealistic rookie to cynical veteran often includes withdrawing from friendships and activities outside of law enforcement
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Why I serve as an expert witness
By Ed Flosi
A retired cop discusses the pros and cons of working as a law enforcement expert witness
7 steps to becoming an expert in your field of law enforcement
By Keith Graves
From SWAT to narcotics, becoming an expert is a lot of hard work. If it wasn’t hard, everyone would be an expert
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