Each year, Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) provides training to America’s law enforcement agencies on how to appropriately respond to officers and their families affected by line-of-duty traumas through the “Traumas of Law Enforcement” trainings. At these trainings, instructors will present information that is important to America’s law enforcement agencies regarding appropriate response to line-of-duty death, disability, critical incidents, and police suicide.
C.O.P.S. recognizes that every law enforcement officer is subject to crisis and tragedy throughout their career. These public servants see the most unthinkable acts of criminal behavior in our society.
This conference offers a much-needed focus on trauma and wellness, proactively addressing the cumulative stressors that can occur throughout an officer’s career.
Who Should Attend?
Law Enforcement Administrators, Officers and Deputies, Peer Support Team Members, Employee Assistance Personnel, Planning and Research, Chaplains, Survivors, and Law Enforcement Spouses.