How do police, first responders and law enforcement mentally handle the impacts of mass casualty events?
Preparing for the Unimaginable: How Chiefs can Safeguard Officer Mental Health Before After Mass Casualty Events jointly produced by the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) offers expert advice and practical tips for helping officers to heal emotionally, managing the public, dealing with the media, building relationships with other first responder agencies, and much more.
This comprehensive guide is chronologically organized, beginning with pre-incident preparation and concluding with long-term aftercare. It includes explanations, narrative personal stories, quick facts, tip sheets, summaries, and a handout section with resources for various situations. . The National Alliance on Mental Health worked together to bring together chiefs, mental health professionals and others with first-hand knowledge to provide readers with a concise compendium of what worked and what did not as a way to present best practices learned from colleagues that may have experienced a mass casualty event.
Police chiefs, law enforcement personnel, first responders, emergency management, community personnel, medical teams, and mental health professionals may be interested in this educational reference volume in efforts to handle the aftermaths of trauma and violence while bridging the paths to mental health support and wellness. Police academy, emergency management, military science, criminal justice, social work, and psychology students may also be interested in this resource.
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The InterAgency Board Article: Preparing For the Unimaginable: How Chiefs Can Safeguard Officer Mental Health Before And After Mass Casualty Events by COPS Office dated June 1, 2016
The Newtown Bee Article: Report: Police Need Mental Health Programs Following On-The-Job Trauma by Shannon Hicks dated June 3, 2016 https://newtownbee.com/report-police-need-mental-health-programs-following-on-the-job-trauma/
SMART POLICING Article: Preparing for the Unmaginable: How chiefs can safeguard officer mental health before and after mass casualty events http://www.smartpolicinginitiative.com/library-and-multimedia-resources/personnel/preparing-unimaginable-how-chiefs-can-safeguard-officer
Linkedin Article: NAMI: Preparing for the Unimaginable, how chiefs can safeguard officer mental health before and after mass casualty events. by Araceli Esparza IVST Police Training Coordinator dated May 25, 2016 https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/nami-preparing-unimaginable-araceli-esparza
ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICEArticle: Standing together to make a difference-Preparing for the Unimaginable: DOJ Report Worth a Read ticle: http://www.oacp.on.ca/news-events/news-releases/preparing-for-the-unimaginable-doj-report-worth-a-read
Justice Technology Information Center -- JUSTNET-News Weekly Edition Article: U.S. Department of Justice and National Alliance on Mental Illness Produce Guide on Coping with Mass Casualty Events
CALIFORNIA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES (CSAC) -- AOJ Policy Briefs dated June 2, 2016 Article: Law Enforcement Officers and Mental Wellness Report http://www.counties.org/csac-bulletin-article/aoj-policy-briefs-3
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