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Addressing Moral Injury in Law Enforcement

Addressing Moral Injury in Law Enforcement

Addressing Moral Injury in Law Enforcement

Police officers routinely encounter violent and traumatic events as part of their jobs. In some instances, officers may be faced with a situation that deeply contradicts their own personal beliefs or moral code, causing a condition known as moral injury. 

It's important to protect the mental health of officers by equipping them with knowledge on how to identify and address moral injury.

To help, consult Addressing Moral Injury in Law Enforcement for strategies to moral injury along with a checklist for identifying conditions such as burnout, traumatic stress, and compassion fatigue. You’ll learn: 

  • What moral injury is
  • Strategies for addressing and preventing moral injury 
  • Symptoms of burnout, traumatic stress, compassion fatigue
  • Identify if you or a fellow officer are experiencing moral injury, compassion fatigue, traumatic stress, or burnout by leveraging a checklist
     

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