Our mission is carried out on a four-fold strategy. While each strategy is independent of the others, they are designed to complement and support one another, not only assisting officers but also creating a two-way street of service from the community to officers and from the officers back to the community. This provides a way for the community to invest in the lives of the officers that serve them on a daily basis.
Workshops and seminars
Multiple events will be held each year with a focus on leadership, emotional well-being and physical wellness. These events will be led by local and nationally recognized experts in the fields. All training will qualify for continuing education credits with APOST.
Officers will be given the opportunity to meet regularly with a mentor for improvement of leadership skills, career development or advice on life, personal or family issues. This strategy will pair officers one-on-one with coaches, retired officers, or current older or more experienced officers who can serve them as mentors.
We will arrange professional help from therapist, psychologist and chaplains to assist those officers needing more specialized attention on emotional, spiritual or family-related issues (anxiety, depression, marital crisis, child-rearing, dependencies, substance abuse, lack of forgiveness, guilt, etc.)
We believe that personal wholeness cannot be achieved without including service as a mode of life. Officers often deal only with the negative aspects of a community and seldom have opportunities to engage the community in a more positive manner. Opportunities to get involved, on both short-term and ongoing basis, will be available both locally and internationally. Internationally, the officers will be exposed to serving law enforcement in those areas of the world.