Step 3) Control Your Emotions. This poster provides information on the importance of controlling emotions during a high-stress call. This poster should be used in conjunction with the other posters of this series. See the agency guide for further information.
Length: 1 page
Publication Date: December 2020
Agencies: VALOR Officer Safety and Wellness Program
Topics: Crisis Intervention, De-Escalation, Officer Safety, Professionalism, Complacency, Community Policing, Leadership, Special Groups, Executive
Maintaining a healthy diet can be difficult when working different shifts around the clock. Join Chief Lori...
Maintaining a healthy diet can be difficult when working different shifts around the clock. Join Chief Lori Luhnow and Dr. Greg Huron in cooking demonstrations for healthful, delicious, protein-packed meals so that you have nutritious, on-the-go options prepared ahead of time to take with you when you hit the road.
“Use of force is often a split-second decision, sometimes accompanied by a few moments of video, and then...
“Use of force is often a split-second decision, sometimes accompanied by a few moments of video, and then often days, weeks, and in some cases, years of headlines in the news. The duty to intervene is ultimately seated in an officer’s oath of office, but not until recently, has it gained traction and national attention for its importance to community relationships.” Tune in as David Perry, Investigator Esther Suarez, and Deputy Matt Krzoska discuss an officer’s duty to intervene by stepping in and stepping up.