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What is the Power behind the health & performance of Law enforcement professionals? H.E.A.L. Triangle

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The H.E.A.L. Triangle is an innovative framework designed to enhance officer well-being and career longevity.

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Books

Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement
$19.99

Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement – NEW Published 2021

The Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement Officers book addresses the dynamics that can transform within a matter of a few years, idealistic and committed law enforcement officers/employees into cynical, angry individuals who begin having difficulties in both the personal and professional aspects of their lives. The book points out how law enforcement personnel develop a social perceptual set that can potentially see employees engaging in inappropriate behavior patterns and decision-making that leads to both administrative and can unfortunately in some personnel lead to criminal difficulties. The basic theme and goal of the book is to provide information that lets the officer/employee see how the deterioration process can take place and what specific preventative strategies can be employed to reduce the negative emotional impact of a law enforcement career. Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement Officers book was written with the goal to provide information that assists law enforcement personnel to remain committed and engaged in productive law enforcement.

Challenging Law Enforcement - Updated
$19.99

Challenging the Law Enforcement Organization: Proactive Leadership Strategies, Updated Edition

Among the topics discussed are chapters on the impact of living and policing an unskilled and violent society, why law enforcement managers fail to successfully impact their agencies, and chapters on self-management, communication, motivation, and being more effective in our personal lives.

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$24.95 + Shipping

Visions of Courage: The Bobby Smith Story

Dr. Bobby Smith's legacy is immortalized in his book, "Visions of Courage: The Bobby Smith Story." A former Louisiana State Trooper, Smith was tragically blinded during a traffic stop in 1986, a pivotal moment that reshaped his destiny but did not deter his spirit. Despite his blindness, he pursued higher education, obtaining a Masters in Education and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, and became a revered motivational speaker. His book dives deep into the personal and professional challenges he faced, offering a beacon of hope and resilience to all who read it.

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$39.95

How to Thrive with Back Up: A Spiral Bound Guidebook for Supporting the Families of Those Who Serve

Step-by-step plans for creating an in-agency first responder family support program

  • 11 thorough checklists at the end of the chapters
  • Ideas for generating funding for your program
  • Critical Incident Protocols
  • Lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid

The authors of the book are available for consultation and on-site assistance for implementing a THRIVE-type program.

DVD

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$350.00

Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement – DVD

This comprehensive DVD course provides law enforcement officers and their families the opportunity to review the dynamics that can transform, within a few years, motivated law enforcement officers into negative, cynical and angry individuals who begin having significant difficulties in both the professional and personal aspects of their lives.

This course deals with the issues that create law enforcement officers that see themselves as “victims” and begin rationalizing behavior that they previously would have considered inappropriate. The course also deals with the communication challenges that doom many law enforcement relationships and marriages to failure.
Review the causes of and interventions for:

  • Cynicism
  • Malcontentism
  • Relationship Failures
  • Supervision Issues
  • Integrity Loss Issues
  • Officer Over-Aggressiveness
  • Situational Values
  • Victim-Based Thinking
  • Entitlement Orientation
  • Loyalty vs. Integrity

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What people are saying

Laura Cole, Transparency Engagement Advisor, Cole Pro Media

This Guidebook is exactly what we need at this time! The authors have identified a need, unmet until now, and offer practical ways to support the Families of Law Enforcement and First Responders. I highly recommend this book for all agencies, departments, and offices as a resource to support the well-being of their families as they all sacrifice so we have safer communities.

- Laura Cole, Transparency Engagement Advisor, Cole Pro Media

John McGinness, Sacramento Co. Sheriff (ret)

The families of law enforcement professionals are often damaged by vicarious exposure to events that exceed the level humans should be expected to endure. Through the THRIVE program, Janine D’Agostini has worked with her team and developed an effective means to address the development of a first responders family support group. I heartily endorse this Guidebook that describes how to set up and run a family support program

- John McGinness, Sacramento Co. Sheriff (ret)

Victoria M. Newman Founder, President, and Author of How2Love Our Cops

This guidebook has the answers. El Dorado County’s (CA) THRIVE With 10-35 was built into a lasting spouse organization that not only knows its role in supporting its agency but understands the power of its influence. Drawing from their tried-and-true experiences with THRIVE, authors Roe, Thompson, and D’Agostini have created a marvelous resource for others seeking to build a group of their own. This guidebook is thoughtful, practical, and loaded with great information—a must-have for all spouse groups!

- Victoria M. Newman Founder, President, and Author of How2Love Our Cops

Kevin Gilmartin, Ph.D., Police Psychologist

We know support for law enforcement families is very important, but can you point us to a program of family support that works and shows us how to get one started at our agency? I believe the book How to Thrive with Back up: a Guidebook for Supporting the Families of Those Who Serve answers those questions. The authors provide not just a philosophical perspective on the importance of supporting the families of those that protect society but give a blueprint of the nuts and bolts of building a program that accomplishes that goal.

- Kevin Gilmartin, Ph.D., Police Psychologist

Gordon Graham, J.D. , 33-year law enforcement veteran and co-founder of Lexipol

This book should be read by someone who has the ability to say “Yes” in every law enforcement agency in America. Once an informed leader recognizes the need for supporting the family, the next question will be “How do I do that?” The approach used by the authors, Thompson, Roe, and D’Agostini…to build a successful “THRIVE” program in your agency or department is amazingly simple and effective!

- Gordon Graham, J.D. , 33-year law enforcement veteran and co-founder of Lexipol

Gary Schofield, 
Captain, Training Bureau
, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

“The lessons learned and taught about Emotional Survival need to be taught in every class of new recruits and to every officer working. The need to do so is great. We as a profession need to consider emotional survival as a part of officer survival.”

- Gary Schofield, 
Captain, Training Bureau
, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department