Behind the Curtain:
Understanding the Law Enforcement Wellness Balance
Must be line staff in any law enforcement discipline, police/deputies, corrections, parole & probation and dispatch.
The Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Fund, OPOA, & The Code 9 Project
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The Code 9 Project is a national non-profit organization dedicated to providing support, education and viable self-help resources to all Command Staff, First Responders and their families through training and film mediums.
The S.H.A.R.E. First Responder workshop is a two-day, highly interactive program that provides an experiential education for coping, management and rehabilitation of cumulative Stress in the First Responder. Topics such as: general stress, PTSD, anger, fear, anxiety, health/wellness, communication and strategy will be addressed. Self help tools for identifying and coping with these topics will be presented.
Please review the below trailor to Code 9's documentary 'Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance' to get an idea of the quality of training you and your agency will be getting!
Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance
A special thank you to the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Fund for sponsoring this training and all they do for Oregon's Heros.
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