The final section focuses on all aspects of officer safety and physical and mental health. This includes topics such as physical fitness, bulletproof vests and seatbelt wear, and mental health.
Are You Ready for Duty? Police Vulnerabilities Poster
Health Watch: Doctor's Checklist
Health Watch: Nutrition Fact Sheet
Health Watch: Nutrition Tri-Fold Resource
Body Armor Model Policy and Concept Paper
Critical Incident Stress Management Policy and Concept Paper
Employee Mental Health Services Model Policy and Concept Paper
IACP National Symposium on Law Enforcement Officer Suicide and Mental Health: Breaking the Silence
Reducing Officer Injuries Final Report
BLUE: Starting the Conversation about Officer Stress and Depression
FBI Releases Preliminary Statistics for Law Enforcement Officers Killed in the Line of Duty
IACP Center for Officer Safety and Wellness
Traffic Incident Management
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Police Presence on Social Media Helping Catch Criminals and Engage with Community (St. Petersburg, FL).
Council Approves Community Policing Resolution (Columbia, MO)
Big Brothers Big Sisters Partners with Police for 'Bigs in Blue' Program (Asheville, NC)
Dallas police want to talk to the city's youth (Dallas, TX).
Concerned about police-community relations? Sign up for a ride-along (Bakersfield, CA)
Forum on Police and Community Relations (Greensboro, NC)
Open Meeting With Police to Improve Community Relations (Sacremento, CA)
Police and Black Lives Matter Hold a Cookout, And Praise Rolls In (Wichita, Kan)
Police recruitment down, community helping out (Little Rock, AR)
Town hall meeting on improving police, community relations planned (Lancaster, PA)
Connecting with young black men crucial to improve relations (Jacksonville, FL).
Social media campaign aims to better community-police relations (Chicago, IL)
Session seeks public input on policing, community relations (Charleston, SC)
Police finds a way to interact with kids in the summer (Paragould, AR)
Baltimore Police work to rebuild community relations.
Mentor program aims to also prevent crime (Canon City, CO).
Keeping kids from crime one ice cream at a time (Anderson, SC).
New online option to file citizen complaints against police (Burlington, VT).
School-based police academy gets parents involved (Brownsville, TX)
Police select 25 officers to mentor at-risk youth (Miami, FL)
Residents discuss trust with police at Crime Intervention Task Force meeting (Orange County, FL)
Conservation agents and cops fish – and fry – with Ferguson kids (St. Louis County, MO)
Liaison aims to ease relationships between police and LGBT community (Columbia, MO)
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