Suicide Is Not An Option Training Seminar

Sponsored by: First Guard & Southern Software

America’s law enforcement officers are significantly more likely to die by suicide than being murdered in the line of duty. For years mental health professionals have come alongside officers with treatment, assistance, and counsel. Yet, the suicide rate continues to increase. Can this ever-increasing suicide rate among these warriors be stopped?

In this 4-hour seminar, Law Enforcement Chaplain Tim Rupp approaches suicide from a spiritual health perspective. Rupp argues there is meaning to life beyond the individual. Humans are not only physical and mental beings, but spiritual beings who yearn for a yet to be experienced life beyond. This eternal hope instilled in every person gives meaning to life and a reason to hope. Hope for more, hope for new, hope for better. Rupp believes that this intrinsic hope is a key to reduce the suicide rate among our warriors.

Event Details

Free Event!

Hosted by the Florence Police Department

4 Hours APOST Credits Awarded

Thursday, October 6, 2022

Chapel

3051 Cloverdale Road
Florence, AL 35633

Session 1: 8:00 am – Noon, check-in at 7:30 am

Session 2: 1:00 pm – 5:00pm, check-in at 12:30 pm

Instructor

Chaplain Tim Rupp retired from the San Antonio PD, served 11 years as a reserve deputy in Idaho, and is an Air Force veteran. His experience as a patrol officer, homicide detective, police supervisor, and member of the clergy enables him to relate the challenges faced by officers today. Rupp is an Idaho POST instructor, member and instructor for the International Conference of Police Chaplains and the co-founder of the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy of Idaho. He is an ordained minister with the Christian and Missionary Alliance.

Event Registration

To register and for any question, contact Mark J. Senf at msjsenf@florenceal.org or 256-760-6500

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