Dallas Police Officer Describes What Dying Felt Like

Dallas Police Officer Describes What Dying Felt Like

Dallas Police Sr. Cpl. Ed Lujan was dying. On November 9, 2015, while working off duty at a Dallas club, he and other officers were escorting four men, who had been kicked out of the club, when Eduardo Gonzalez-Rios got into his SUV, turned it towards Lujan and ran...
The Importance Of Therapy For Police Personnel

The Importance Of Therapy For Police Personnel

There continues to be some dispute surrounding the issues of law enforcement mental health and police suicides.  Too many departments dismiss mental health programs as unnecessary and too expensive yet, on the other hand, some authors describe law enforcement suicides...
Police Suicide: The Untold Stories – Part 2

Police Suicide: The Untold Stories – Part 2

Editor’s Note:  This is the last part of an important and emotional article dealing with Law Enforcement Suicide.  If you haven’t read Part 1, we are asking that you do that now. This column continues the conversation about law enforcement suicide – and...
Police Suicide:  The Untold Stories

Police Suicide: The Untold Stories

Suicide, a public health problem in American society, is an even greater enigma in the public safety community. While we have generally reliable data each year on the numbers of Americans who have died by their own hand, the ability to identify those suicides that...

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