May 19, 2022

* FREE Webinar

WHY COMMAND STAFF NEEDS TO PRIORITIZE HEALTH AND WELLNESS

 JUNE 1 — 10am – Noon CST

NO REGISTRATION FEE

 

Sponsored by Vector Solutions

[NOTE: A recording of this event will be available to all who register. The recording will be live 48 hrs. after the event and remain posted for a limited period of time.]

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Officers are trained to help others in emotional crisis, but typically not trained—at least enough—to help themselves. That’s a major problem!

What can you as a law enforcement leader and as an agency do about that?

In this FREE Webinar, you’ll get candid, understandable insights into the nuances of first responder emotional & mental health and life-saving guidance on how you and your agency can realistically help officers protect their most valuable asset—their mind.

Board Certified Traumatic Stress Expert Nick Greco, a frequent presenter on first responder emotional health, will teach you about:

  • Practical strategies other agencies nationwide have successfully implemented to enhance & protect their officers’ mental health.
  • The 4 categories of officers every agency has, and which ones are at highest risk for problems.
  • The obvious—and not so obvious—red flags that signal an officer is in trouble…and what to do about that.
  • The emotional health “F” word: How to avoid letting it lure you into false complacency.
  • Step-by-step, real-time guidance for interacting with an officer you know is a suicide risk.
  • 9 events that are at “high clinical risk” for trauma issues and how you can use that knowledge to circumvent emotional crisis.
  • The zones of stress that wear on officers’ minds & emotions and how to reduce their impact.
  • Indirect Traumas: Compassion Fatigue, Moral Injury, Vicarious Traumatization, Secondary Traumatization
  • Addiction to stress: Why some officers suffer from it, why it’s dangerous and what to do about it…and much more!

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About the instructor:

Nick Greco received his undergraduate training in psychology from Benedictine University, his certificate of clinical training in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from the National Center for PTSD Clinical Laboratory and Education Division, and his Master’s Degree in Psychology from DePaul University. 

He is a CIT Coordinator for the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, and a CIT instructor for both the Illinois Law Enforcement Training & Standards Board and the Chicago Police Department. He has presented globally and written extensively on a wide variety of mental health topics.

He is Chair of the International Public Safety Association Mental Health Committee, an Associate Member Service Provider of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Managers of Police Academy and College Training and a member of the Illinois Sheriff’s Association and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association.He is also a Wellness Support Staff Member for Survivors of Blue Suicide.

 

 

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