What to Expect
The Family First initiative, launched in May for Mental Health Awareness month, sets out to educate and prepare the families of Law Enforcement. All trainings and stories will have highly tactical tips for families and officers to better communicate and understand each other.
What happens when you leave your job but your stress follows you home? Dr. Nameeta Sahni will break down her top 10 tips for level setting on the realities of policing within your family.
Coming Soon: Two Families
Two Families will be premiering on May 17th to bring awareness about police suicide and how their family is effected, no matter how family is defined. Chief Laura King will be providing insights for how families and LEOs (law enforcement officers) can empower and support each other in building mental resilience.
- FOR IMMEDIATE HELP•
If you need help right now, please call suicide prevention at 800.273.8255
There are so many people that have struggled, and conquered. Their bravery to share their story in a sole effort to help others, speaks to the reason they joined public safety. We encourage you to watch.
In 2016, Dan was responding to a call for a suicidal subject where he was struck with an AK-47 and left paralyzed and wheelchair bound.
You Will Go Home
In October 2018, Lindsay Long McCall was involved in an officer-involved shooting where she she sustained injuries to her right arm, upper left arm, and back.