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Spiritual Wellness in Law Enforcement: A Critical Link to Officer Wellness

by Bobby Kipper, Executive Director of NCPCV During my 30 years of law enforcement experience, I marveled at the various trends of training and policy that would be introduced to policing almost daily. Decades later, I am now witnessing a trend in additional opportunities for training and services in the area of officer wellness. This …

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Actively Caring for First Responders During the Current National Crisis

The recent national crisis within our communities is taking an enormous toll on first responders and their families. From a national pandemic to social unrest our personnel are facing greater challenges and a constant fear of the unknown.  Now is a time when supervisors and command staff must stand in the gap to ensure that …

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Five Steps to Effective Law Enforcement Leadership During the Current Crisis

We all now realize that we are in a much different time and place in our efforts to provide leadership to the front-line officers during this current crisis.  This can not be business as usual that guides us during our daily operations.  This current situation is far from normal and it requires extra support from …

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The Frontline for Your Frontline: The Importance of Peer Support Teams During COVID-19

by Katherine Kuhlman, PsyD It’s no secret that the Coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on first responders. Many agencies are becoming short-staffed due to responders contracting or being exposed to the virus, and families of responders are worrying and their loved ones venture to the front lines daily, putting themselves at risk. Responders have admitted …

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