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Dallas Police Leaders Planning Long-Term Mental Health Help for Officers

In the month since the shooting, the Dallas Police Department's trauma response has shifted toward creating a long-term counseling plan for police officers grieving those killed in the downtown ambush.

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Dark Days

Everyone gets depressed at some point, and whether you are simply recovering from a loss or bad event or suffering from true clinical depression, here are some thoughts on what to do.

New York Officers Shave Heads in Support of Cancer-Stricken Coworker

About 50 members of the Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Office, including two women, shaved their heads for Nichols, who has leukemia.

Caring and Camaraderie

How can it be that when one of our brotherhood is suffering they don't get the emotional support so desperately needed, or worse get criticism for failing to do this or do that which "surely would have changed the outcome?"

Concerns of Police Survivors Healing Hearts

Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) welcomes with open arms those who have suffered the tragedy of a loved one or coworker dying in the line of duty. The organization offers support through specific programs tailored to meet the needs of everyone from children to in-laws to fellow officers as well as staying connected with informal phone calls and e-mails year-round.

Shots Fired: San Diego, California 01/17/1998

It had been a busy shift for Officer Philip Bozarth and Officer Juan Sanchez of the San Diego Police Department. They had spent the chilly early morning hours of Jan. 17, 1998, answering an unusually high number of domestic violence incidents, complaints of narcotics trafficking, reports of gunfire of ill-defined origins, and traffic violations.

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