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Police Suicide Prevention, Assessment and Intervention
by: Thomas E. Baker, Lt. Col. MP USAR (Ret.)

$ 34.95
Softcover, 7 x 10, 212 pages
978-1-60885-062-4
978-1-60885-062-4


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A Police Officer's Suicide is a Tragedy that sends devastating tremors through families, communities and entire agencies.

The right skills can help leaders effectively handle or ideally avoid a suicide crisis.

With the help of this important book, law enforcement leaders can learn to master the skills that will help them:

  • Cultivate a win-win social climate for officers, agencies and communities that inspires positive attitudes and avoids the kind of negativity that breeds emotional distress.
  • Spot police suicide risk factors and learn to identify possible problems before they hit the crisis point.
  • Learn to promptly, effectively and appropriately intervene in potential suicide risk situations using specifically designed intervention-oriented questions and strategies.
  • Promote the integration of suicide prevention information into training programs.
  • Follow positive leadership pathways to initiate effective solutions.
  • Implement a "Critical Incident Management Program" and develop peer suicide prevention programs.
  • Formulate a "Crisis Management Model" and be fully prepared to apply trauma management strategies should tragedy strike.
  • Identify the purpose of critical incident stress debriefing techniques and ensure that your CISD program is on target.
  • Develop effective emotional recovery programs for grieving officers and families.
  • Develop a Counseling Intervention Program.
  • Utilize valuable civilian and military research findings on Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome.
  • Appraise Critical Incident Stress, Acute Stress Incidence and Secondary Stress Trauma.
  • Delineate leadership vision pertaining to human resource policies.

    Protect Your Officers, Their Families and Your Community With Prevention Programs and Response Plans Before a Crisis Strikes.




    Related Titles:
    Improving Motivation and Morale: A Police Leader's Guide
    Protect Your Life: A Health Handbook for Law Enforcement Professionals - 2nd Edition
    METTLE: Mental Toughness Training for Law Enforcement

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