How to Survive a Career in Law Enforcement
Teaching First Responders how to obtain Tactical Resilience™ physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Overcomining Toxicity and Stress to Survive a Career in Law Enforcement
If law enforcement officers did a true threat assessment of their careers, they would realize that the real dangers lie not with the bad guys, but within the stresses of the job. High rates of suicide, depression, alcoholism, domestic violence, PTSD, heart attack and cancer are the real cop killers.
Armor Your Self™ is a system that promotes strengthening and conditioning of your SELF to build intentional resilience and survive a career in law enforcement.
Based on the book, the Armor Your Self™ on-site training program is an 8-hour, hands on Wellness Workshop that helps police officers, first responders and other law enforcement professionals armor themselves physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. We also teach how to Armor Your Agency™ against the stresses and traumas inherent in careers in law enforcement.
For law enforcement agencies we offer in-person, online pre-recorded or live online Zoom training to meet all of your logistical and scheduling needs. We also offer Trained Facilitator Training where you people can be licensed to teach our materials. Visit the Training Tab to learn more.
We will offer strategic solutions enhancing each officer’s tactical self-awareness and wellness planning and guide them in the development of a survival plan, including strategies and objectives for both short-term health and wellness and long-term career survival.
Many people who serve, and who have served, in law enforcement bear the scars of the cumulative stresses that accompany the career. The Law Enforcement Survival Institute (LESI) and CopsAlive.com work tirelessly to assemble strategies, tactics and best practices to help anyone working in this profession successfully survive their career. LESI and CopsAlive.com work with agencies and families to create environments that support healthy, happy and effective law enforcement professionals both on the job and at home.