EPISODE # 32
Today’s Show will cover:
1. Supporting officers after a critical incident with guest Rob Eccleston
Tim talks with Rob Eccleston, retired NH police officer. Rob has created a class for GSPCC that focuses on what police agencies should do to ensure the psychological wellbeing of officers that are involved in serious critical incidents. Rob has worked with NH law makers to create a better and more understanding environment for the psychological health of the law enforcement community.
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