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What Officers Should Seek in Mental Health Clinicians

August 1, 2017

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Police often respond to traumatic incidents and there may come a time when officers need help themselves. If that time comes, it's crucial to find a mental health clinician with the expertise to provide specialized care. Here's what officers should look for when selecting a clinician.
<p>Avondale, AZ, police officers came to the aid of Florida hurricane evacuees last weekend. (Photo: Avondale PD/Facebook)</p>

Arizona Officers Come to Aid of Hurricane Evacuees

September 22, 2017
Last weekend officers of the Avondale (AZ) Police Department came to the assistance of a Florida family that had evacuated west from Hurricane Irma and needed food, gas for their vehicle, and shelter.

Governor Thanks Florida First Responders with Free Fishing Licenses

September 22, 2017
Starting Thursday, Florida's law enforcement officers and first responders will be able to go saltwater and freshwater fishing without a license until June 30, 2018, Gov. Rick Scott announced.

New Policy Restricts Las Vegas Officers’ Use of Neck Restraints

September 22, 2017
Las Vegas Metro Police announced today they are further limiting the use of a neck restraint that has proven deadly for it and other law enforcement agencies in the past.

Video: TX Officer Awarded Badge of Bravery for Stopping Active Shooter in Austin Hotel

September 22, 2017
An Austin police officer who helped stop a shooter at a downtown Austin hotel in 2015 is being honored with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery Friday morning.
<p>John Jay College of Criminal Justice economics professor Michael Isaacson is on paid suspension after tweeting &quot;It&rsquo;s a privilege to teach future dead cops.&quot; (Photo: Twitter)</p>

Suspended John Jay Professor Has Long History of Cop-Hating Tweets

September 22, 2017
Suspended John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Michael Isaacson’s tweet about teaching “future dead cops” was no isolated incident.
<p>Det. Dan Brite (Photo: Douglas County SO)</p>

Non-Profits Raising Money to Buy Wounded Colorado Officer Off-Road Wheelchair

September 22, 2017
"We all believe that through prayer and advanced medical procedures, Dan will be able to walk on his own someday," Adsit Strong said in a statement Thursday. "However, in the meantime, the inability to walk is inhibiting his ability to enjoy normal activities and hobbies ... This amazing hero loves hunting, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors with his family and friends."

Video: Patrol Car Crushed by Stolen Bulldozer in Illinois

September 22, 2017
A Kankakee, IL, police officer escaped injury but his patrol vehicle was crushed when a reportedly stolen bulldozer backed over it during a pursuit Aug. 24.

Off-Duty LAPD Officer Killed in Motorcycle Crash

September 22, 2017
An off-duty Los Angeles police officer killed in a motorcycle crash in Porter Ranch has been identified as a 34-year-old member of the department.

ACLU Sues St. Louis Over Police Actions During Stockley Verdict Protests

September 22, 2017
The ACLU has filed suit against the city of St. Louis for what it calls "unlawful and unconstitutional" actions by police during protests of the Stockley verdict.

Man Charged with Murder in Shooting of Off-Duty MO Officer

September 21, 2017
Jackson County (MO) prosecutors have charged a 22-year-old man with second-degree murder in the Aug. 20 shooting death of Lee’s Summit police officer Thomas Alvin Orr III.
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