Full list of Trauma results
How to enhance police response to kids impacted by violence–
The effects of family-related trauma can have repercussions for many years after the event
Improve your tactical team’s safety with this breaching tool–
The Blast Gauge System takes the guesswork out of determining minimum safe distance for SWAT stacks
17 things to think about emotional wellness after Dallas–
In taking that oath to serve and protect society, you also accepted the possibility and responsibility of the invisible injury of trauma
5 things cops need to know about PTSD–
An estimated 10 to 30 percent of first responders will have some type of traumatic stress injury during their career
6 proactive steps to maintaining officers' mental health–
You'd take a bullet for your fellow cops — how about helping them handle the psychological stresses of the job?
US gives $3.1M for Newtown school recovery–
The school district is receiving more money for counseling and other services for parents, students and staff members
Md. trooper struck during traffic stop returns to work–
Maryland State Trooper Jacqueline Kline suffered a traumatic brain injury in the crash
CTAV - Cooling and Trauma Attenuating Vest–
Since November of 2012, EAGLElement has conducted extensive Test and Evaluation (T/E) on a special application. An American company called CORTAC has developed a product that retrofits to current body armor, and they call it the CTAV, or Cooling and Trauma Attenuating Vest. While the CTAV may be new to some, many well-respected users of body armor throughout the world have taken notice and applied the CTAV successfully.
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.
Alexis Artwohl: Job Stress - Memory & Decision Making–
In this segment, Doug Wyllie consults with veteran psychologist Alexis Artwohl about her research working with officers who have experienced post-shooting distress.