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"Managing The Trauma Suffered In Law Enforcement" our LIVE webcast with a retired NYPD Homicide Detective who responded to, and participated in the investigation at, ground zero following the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Visit: www.tacticalresilience.org/online-training
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Building Integrity — Please join us for our next online discussion when we will examine the topic of “Building Integrity” with these three questions: Can you build integrity? How do you build integrity? Why would you build integrity?
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We are bringing our Armor Your Self™ workshop to a city near you including Daytona Beach, Florida; Columbus, Ohio; Lansing, Michigan; Omaha, Nebraska; Pueblo, Colorado; Glendale, Arizona and one hosted by the Louisiana State Police. Learn more at: ArmorYourSelf.com/register
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John Marx and Chaplain Cary A. Friedman invite you to join us for a new online discussion about modern policing as part of our Tactical Resilience™ & Ethical Policing Project. We want to ignite a thoughtful, and regular, discussion about issues critical to the success of modern policing and we want to involve you! To that end we are planning regular webinars that will last about an hour. They will involve a little discussion, a little training and a few guests along the way. visit https://tacticalresilience.org/online-training/ to register.
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We are bringing our Armor Your Self™ workshop to a city near you including Daytona Beach, Florida on March 26, 2019, Columbus, Ohio on April 30, 2019 and Lansing, Michigan on May 2, 2019. Learn more at: ArmorYourSelf.com/register
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John Marx and Chaplain Cary A. Friedman invite you to join us for a new online discussion about modern policing as part of our Tactical Resilience™ & Ethical Policing Project. We want to ignite a thoughtful, and regular, discussion about issues critical to the success of modern policing and we want to involve you! To that end we are planning regular webinars that will last about an hour. They will involve a little discussion, a little training and a few guests along the way. visit https://tacticalresilience.org/online-training/ to register.
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This year, I thought I would follow suit with some other enlightened thinkers on this issue and challenge you to think about how our law enforcement culture contributes to suicide, and how we can fix that.
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In my department, certain calls are expected to cause trauma such as an officer involved shooting or a line of duty death. When something like that happens, peer support is automatically activated and in the case of the officer involved shooting, the officer involved has to see the police psychologist before returning back to work on the road. Healthy coping mechanisms may include exercise, meditation, going to the beach, walking in the park or any number of activities that allow you to decompress and process the events and scenes that you had experienced. Talking to a trusted person might help. Maybe a chaplain or similar individual. In some cases, a professional might be what is needed. Before that can happen, a change in our culture is needed. We have to believe that is alright to ask for help. It is not weakness, but strength that allows you to ask for help.
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We should not have to Suffer In Silence! When I read the Diary of a Suicidal Cop, I am saddened, but that still doesn't mean we can't help those who need it most.
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Spiritual Survival Training and Chaplaincy are not the same. Spiritual Survival training addresses a very specific aspect of the law enforcement experience: the spiritual dimension. The goal is to help officers recognize and acknowledge the noble idealism and integrity within the human spirit that brings them into the career. The aim is to help them identify the toxins that daily deplete and exhaust their spirit, equip them with tools to nourish and replenish their precious idealism and integrity, and renew their commitment to faithful performance of their law enforcement mission.
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