The duty to intervene in a situation that involves excessive use of force by another officer is your responsibility as a sworn officer. Chief John Bouthillette, a lead instructor for the VALOR Program, and Mr. Bruce-Alan Barnard, a nationally renowned law enforcement legal educator, discuss the reality of what duty to intervene means for officers. You have no protection under the law for failing to intervene when you have the opportunity. You have a duty to intervene. Do not get caught in a moral or ethical dilemma.
Publication Date: October 2021
Agencies: VALOR Officer Safety and Wellness Program
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.
When was the last time you went to the doctor, got your physical, or even had your blood work done? The law...
When was the last time you went to the doctor, got your physical, or even had your blood work done? The law enforcement field has increased rates of cardiovascular disease, obesity, hypertension, and metabolic syndromes compared to the general population. Join John Bouthillette with the VALOR Officer Safety and Wellness Program and Major T.J. Geary with the University of South Carolina as they discuss how you can be intentional about your diet and your level of exercise to help prevent diabetes or keep it under control.