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Officer Response To Mental Illness
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Critical Incident Stress Management
This topic has been combined with the Employee Mental Health and Wellness policy.
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Law enforcement agencies should develop a cooperative response protocol shared by the agency, the emergency call center, emergency medical services (EMS), and hospital emergency department staff. The...
Responding to situations involving individuals reasonably believed to be persons in crisis (PIC) necessitates an officer to make difficult judgments about the mental state and...
Post-Shooting Personnel Support
Law enforcement duties can expose officers to mentally painful and highly stressful situations that cannot be resolved through normal stress coping mechanisms. Unless adequately treated...
Successful Trauma Informed Victim Interviewing Document
Employee and Family Wellness Guide
To assist officers and their families, the IACP has developed a comprehensive Employee and Family Wellness Guide encompassing wellness resources on a variety of topics...
Addressing Gender-Based Violence on College Campuses and Military Installations
WHEREAS, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is the world’s largest membership organization of police executives that provides the professional voice of law...
The Importance of Law Enforcement-Based Victim Services in the United States
WHEREAS, in the United States, the number of persons age 12 or older who have been victims of violent crime rose from 2.7 million in...