Law Enforcement

Police officers can contribute to suicide prevention in many ways. They can help individuals at risk for suicide stay safe and obtain the help they need, and can also provide support to survivors at the scene of a suicide. Law enforcement agencies also have a role to play in assisting officers themselves, as the trauma and stress of responding to crises could increase suicide risk in this population. 

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Recommended Resources
This toolkit provides resources for law enforcement agencies to partner with mental health providers to effectively respond to calls for service,...
The report was generated through the National Symposium on Law Enforcement Officer Suicide and Mental Health: Breaking the Silence of Law Enforcement...
This sheet provides basic information to help law enforcement officers recognize and respond to people who may be suicidal or at high risk. It also...
In Harm’s Way: Law Enforcement Suicide Prevention is an eight-hour train-the-trainers program that provides a comprehensive, holistic approach to...
The Memphis Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) is an innovative police based first responder program that has become nationally known as the "Memphis...
This section of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) website shows how law enforcement officers can get Involved in, or start, a crisis...

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