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Coping With Stress on the Job

June 16, 2017

Law enforcement is becoming an increasingly difficult profession, and officers need to know how to decompress in healthy ways.

What Dreams May Come

April 7, 2017

Worrying enhances the anxiety associated with our dreams, and most experts say dreams are the "subconscious mind" resolving anxieties. No cop ever said they didn't think about confronting life and death situations; anxiety is a healthy result of those thoughts.

Box Breathing

January 4, 2017

Box Breathing has been around for many years and has been utilized by professional athletes, fighters, elite military personnel, and law enforcement officers.

Officer Fitness: Peak Performance and Recovery Training

September 1, 2016

There are science-based methods that have been developed to help manage the physical and mental stresses placed on high-level athletes and these methodologies can be adapted to help manage the physical and mental stresses that are placed upon you by this profession.

Pass the Blue Crayon, Please

July 6, 2016

All of us have activities that simply make us stronger and better, like working out or fishing or hunting or … coloring! Look, I don't judge (OK, maybe a little). Just find things that you enjoy and help you recover from the stress of your job.

The Radar Functions of a Supervisor

December 21, 2015

If an officer has gone from a go-getter to a no-getter, find out why.

How to Handle Stress On Duty

May 1, 2015

Stress is a part of the job. But there are actions you can take to mitigate its effects that don't include the usual advice from doctors and fitness magazines.

Video: Florida Officers Receive Resiliency Training

June 18, 2014
A local health consultant is helping law officers cope with stress in Florida.

Florida Officers Receive Resiliency Training

June 18, 2014
Law enforcement officers from three Florida counties went through a two-day stress management course referred to as "resiliency training" put on by a local health consultant business. It’s supposed to help manage stress through physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual outlets. Read Story Here.

Eustress Me!

May 8, 2014

Seeking stimulus makes you stronger when you do it properly, but don't blame law enforcement for your three failed marriages and bad liver.

Dealing With Police Stress on the Home Front

September 9, 2013
Police work is one of the most stressful jobs in this country. Day after day, officers see the worst of humanity; absorb the world's negativity; and come home to us. How can we expect this to have no effect on their minds, bodies, and souls? The fact is it does.

Get a Mental Oil Change

June 4, 2013
In your law enforcement career, there will be times when your stress level causes too much friction or locks up your forward motion. More and more officers are becoming victims of a level of stress that, if not attended to, could turn them into the psychologically walking wounded.

Murphy's Law for Police Rookies

June 20, 2012
Murphy's law is the adage that anything that can go wrong will go wrong. Count on these three Murphy-isms to crop up during your first year as an officer.

C.O.P.S. Offers Help To Affected Co-Workers

February 21, 2012
As a part of this year's National Police Survivors' Conference in May during National Police Week, we will be offering new sessions tailored for affected co-workers. The debriefing topics will cover death by felonious action, accidental action, drunk driving, and friendly fire/friendly action.

Post-Traumatic Growth

September 2, 2011

The nature of police work is one of great adventure, great crisis, great horror. You will see more and experience more, both good and bad, in five years on the job than the average person will in 70, so don't fear it; embrace it, accept it. It is your path.

Accepting Remedial Training

November 22, 2010
Remedial training is something nearly every field training recruit (FTR) must endure. There will be an element in a task that you didn't perform to a satisfactory level, and your FTO will insist you practice this skill before you move forward. Calm down and accept the learning moments to come.

Watch Your Mouth

October 1, 2009
You might feel that the uniform gives you anonymity to say what you feel in the heat of the moment. But you are not a nameless person in the crowd. You are a police officer.

First Day Jitters and Survival

March 29, 2009
Whoever created the analogy of butterflies in your stomach to represent the uncertainties of the first day missed the mark. Recalling my rookie days─now having had a few─the feeling to me is more like buzzards circling in your gut.

Hazing and Rites of Passage

November 1, 2008

You can expect to be put through the ringer and served up some humble pie, but a police department is not a college fraternity.

Carrying a Load on Your Shoulders

October 1, 2008

You deserve respect for the stress and hard work you take on. You also deserve the occasional much needed R&R.

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