When you decided to become an officer, you knew of the danger on the street. It is a physical danger that you face everyday, a tangible danger for which you are trained to respond. But no one told you about the other dangers that you face. No one trained you for the stress of the job. No one told you about the high divorce rate, the high alcoholism rate, the high rate of physical illness and the high rate of suicide. No one told you of the scrutiny that you'd face everyday from the community and even from your own peers in internal affairs. No one told you about the difficulty maintaining a life on the streets and a meaningful relationship with your family. They let you go without training and didn't answer your call for backup.
The site will attempt to explore the effects of stress on Law enforcement personal. Hopefully it will educate you, give you additional life tools, and through your feedback continue to educate us. Your job is stressful, dangerous, and very necessary. You have a right to expect a good and rich life in return for your sacrifice. Hopefully these pages can help.