Available Resources

There are a number of tools and resources that support chaplains dealing with the difficulties of Law Enforcement. Within this section you will find a reviewed and approved listing of materials and links. Please look through the material and utilize anything that would help you more effectively deal with situations within your agency. In addition, this is a dynamic resource page.  You can click on the suggested material tab to recommend material not listed.

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Books
Answering 911, Life in the Hot Seat
by Caroline Burau

Applied Psychology for Law Enforcement
by Robert J. Wicks

Beyond the Badge
by Charles Ferrara, Ret. Lt. NYPD

Chaplaincy in Law Enforcement
by David W DeRever et al.

Get a Grip–overcoming stress in the workplace
by Bob Losyk

I love a Cop
by Ellen Kirschman, Ph.D

Life Strategies
by Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D

Living a Gentle Passionate Life
by Robert J. Wicks

Mastering Law Enforcement Chaplaincy
by Dr. David J. Fair, C.T.S.

A guide for police chaplains.
Police Wife

Riding the dragon
by Robert J Wicks

Self Matters
by Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D

Self Matters Companion
by Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D

Spiritual Survival for Law Enforcement
by Rabbi Cary A. Friedman

Stress Management
by Charlesworth & Nathan Ph.D

The  Peace Maker
by Ken Sande

The Police Officers Bible
The Power of Humor in the Workplace

The Resilient Clinician
by Robert J. Wicks

Under the Headset
by Richard Behr

Law Enforcement Funeral Manual
by William Sanders

Emergency Response to Crisis
by Jeffrey T. Mitchell & H.L.P. Resnik

By the Numbers: A Guide for Analyzing Race Data from Vehicle Stops
by Lorie A. Fridell

“…officer down, code three.”
by Pierce R. Brooks

Criminal Interrogation
by John Macdonald M.D. and David L. Michaud

Extreme Evil: Kids Killing Kids
by Bob Larson

Force Under Pressure: How Cops Live and Why They Die
by Lawrence N. Blum, Ph.D

The Leadership Moment
by Michael Useem

The Gift of Fear
by Gavin de Becker

Operational Mid-Level Management for Police
by John L. Coleman

Courageous: Honor Begins at Home
by Randy Alcorn

A Cop’s Life
by Sgt. Randy Sutton

The Power of Humor at the Workplace
by K. Sathyanarayana

Community Policing: How to Get Started
by Robert Trojanowicz and Bonnie Bucqueroux

Police Cars: A Photographic History
by Monty McCord

Street Survival: Tactics for Armed Encounters
by Ronald J. Adams, Thomas M. McTernan and Charles Remsberg

The Tactical Edge: Surviving High-Risk Patrol
by Charles Remsberg

Tactics for Criminal Patrol: Vehicle Stops, Drug Discovery and Officer Survival
by Charles Remsberg

Identifying the Lessons Learned from the Sniper Investigation
by Gerard Murphy and Chuck Wexler

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DVDs
Links
Concerns of Police Survivors
C.O.P.S
573-346-4911
cops@nationalcops.org
www.nationalcops.org
Camdenton, MO

National Police Suicide Foundation
Robert E. Douglas, Jr.
Executive Director
410-437-3343
redoug2001@aol.com
Pasadena, Maryland

The Badge of Life
Psychological Survival for Police Officers
www.badgeoflife.com
Go to the resource link –a bunch of videos.

The Central Florida Police Stress Unit
www.policestress.org
A telephone hotline for officers under stress and provides information and in-service training on a variety of issues.

COPLINE
1-800-267-5463
Copline@optonline.net
A hotline for LE Officers and their families.
The National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
www.ncptsd.org/index.html

QPR Triage by Cophealth.com
www.cophealth.com
www.qprinstitute.com
The Law Enforcement Wellness Association in association with QPR Institute developed this Triage concept.  A one day training program for police officers who are in the position to identify, screen and refer persons who may be exhibiting suicidal behavior or otherwise be at risk of suicide.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center
www.sprc.org

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
www.afsp.org

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
www.cdc.gov/ncipc

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-(TALK) (8255)
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

Suicide Prevention Action Network
www.spanusa.org

American Police Chaplains Association
www.americanpolicechaplain.org

Pointman Leadership
www.pliglobal.com

Christian Law Enforcement
www.christianlawenforcement.com

Centurion Law Enforcement
www.thecenturionlawenforcementministry.org

Ten Four Ministries
www.tenfourministries.com

Fellowship of Christian Police Officers
www.fcpo.org

Shielded Hearts
We currently have just over 130 members, all police wives and girlfriends, representing several departments throughout the metro Milwaukee area. As we embark on this journey together, hopefully we can learn what it truly means to be women with Shielded Hearts.
www.shieldedhearts.com

Operation Safety 91
www.OS91.com

Peace Officers Ministries
www.peaceofficerministries.org

Reaching COPS.com
www.reachingcops.com

West Coast Trauma Retreats
www.wcpr2001.org/index.html

First Responder Support Network
First Responder Support Network

Seminars:

  • Spirituality, Wellness & Vitality Issues in Law Enforcement Practices
    Samuel Feemster (Lectures and training for the mind, body & spirit)
  • Emotional Survival of Law Enforcement
    Dr. Kevin Gilmartin
    520-977-6728
    www.emotionalsurvival.com
  • Law Enforcement Peer Support Programs
    Presented by the Las Vegas PD
    PEAP –Police Employee Assistance Program
  • It Really Doesn’t Matter Anymore
    Understanding burnout and the Law Enforcement Officer
    Sgt. Harvey Burnett, Ph. D.
    Grand Rapids Michaigan
Other Resources
Rocky Mountain Resources
Counseling Services Rehabilitation Centers