Partnering With the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum
As part of our ongoing commitment to support the law enforcement community, we have partnered with the National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum to sponsor Trauma and 9/11: Facing Challenges Together.
This important streaming series will explore the jarring and difficult nature of the 9/11 attacks brought a new light to how officer trauma is viewed and how views on officers' mental health have changed over the last two decades.
Additional Mental Health Resources From CentralSquare
From Our CEO: Post 9/11: Reflecting and Remembering
As we remember those whose lives were lost in the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and on Flight 93, we also remember the bravery and sacrifices of countless law enforcement officers, firefighters and first responders. It’s no surprise that police work can be stressful and dangerous, but this also significantly impacts their physical and mental well-being.
A Conversation on Mental Health in Policing With Commissioner Billy Evans
Executive Director of Public Safety at Boston College William "Billy" Evans sits down with CentralSquare's Dan Maier to discuss mental health in policing in this 19-minute video. The two leaders discuss Commissioner Evans' experiences as Commissioner of the Boston Police Department, perspective for leaders looking to support officers' mental health, and the ways technology can help.
Recruitment, Retention, and the Mental Health of Current Police Officers
Recruitment and retention are among the many challenges facing current law enforcement agencies and their leaders. It has become increasingly difficult for agencies to not only recruit but also retain the officers they have, which creates additional strain on already stressed resources. This blog post explores how to protect those who protect out communities.