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Trauma Informed Interviews

Have you heard of trauma informed interviewing? It’s a new approach to interviewing that’s gaining popularity in law enforcement agencies across the country. The idea behind it is that individuals who have experienced trauma may have difficulty communicating about their experiences, and traditional interview techniques may not be effective in obtaining accurate information from them.

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Mental Health for Cops

The mental health of police officers is an important topic that often goes overlooked. The stressors of our job take a toll on an officer’s mental health, which will impact their job performance, personal AND professional relationships, as well as their physical health. There are steps that we can be take to improve mental health for police officers, including improving work-life balance, accessing mental health resources, and promoting a culture of mental health awareness and support.

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The Big Secret to Decreasing Complaints from the Community

The Big Secret to Decreasing Complaints from the Community is training. By ensuring that your officers are properly trained, you can decrease complaints and lawsuits stemming from officer misconduct or errors. Prevention in the form of quality training is key to avoiding these complaints and creating a more positive relationship between the police and the community.

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