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Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement – NEW Published 2021
Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement Officers 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.
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.
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.
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:
- Relationship Failures
- Supervision Issues
- Integrity Loss Issues
- Officer Over-Aggressiveness
- Situational Values
- Victim-Based Thinking
- Entitlement Orientation
- Loyalty vs. Integrity
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Emotional Survival 2.0: Webinar
Wellness Solutions for Today's Law Enforcement Professional
What people are saying
Sergeant Alan Green , Los Angeles Police Department
“As a twenty-six-year veteran of law enforcement, I have had the opportunity to read many books and observe many trainers. Emotional Survival is a work of art! This book is perhaps the best law enforcement–related reading I have ever experienced. Whether you have twenty minutes on the job or twenty years, this book will make you a better officer and a better person, and just might save your life. Any person who wears a badge must read this book to better understand the climate of the profession. Dr. Kevin Gilmartin’s experience and background in this field make him a definite asset to the law enforcement community and their families. Kevin has hit a home run with Emotional Survival, and will ultimately impact thousands of lives.”
Robert J. King, Sergeant – President, Portland Police Association
“For years I thought my number one job was to live through 25 years of street encounters. After 13 years of experience I realize my goal is not just to survive the street but is to live a life filled with relationships that bring me happiness and fulfillment. Police work is a great profession but it is the kind of work that without intervention destroys people and families. Dr. Gilmartin’s book Emotional Survival breaks us out of our denial about the effects of the work and gives us helpful, practical concepts we can use to make our work and home life better. Dr. Gilmartin’s book Emotional Survival is good for cops, families, police departments and communities.”
Ann Marie Doherty , Superintendent Boston Police Dept.
“The unique and increased value of this book . . . is that it can easily be revisited periodically. There are many occasions where reading (and rereading) this book can be immensely beneficial—these include when an officer is hired, reassigned, and/or promoted. From a command perspective, this book provides insights which can directly influence how certain management decisions are made and, sometimes more importantly, delivered. Finally, this book provides guidance to agency heads and senior management as to the tone that must be set in order to increase survivors and decrease victims within their organizations.”
Deputy Kevin Ortiz – Taken from Command Magazine: The Journal of the Texas Tactical Police
“Dr. Gilmartin is a behavioral scientist who specializes in issues related to law enforcement. With twenty years of police experience under his belt, he currently provides service to the law enforcement community as a consultant. In writing this book, it was his goal to aid officers and their families in maintaining and/or improving their quality of life both personally and professionally.” Read the full article.
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