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The success of any law enforcement officer depends on his or her ability to identify, handle, and control the stress that results from his professional obligations. Ideally, agencies should provide officers with the tools and training to resolve any event that causes the officers stress. If officers can recognize and harness these emotional responses as instructed in initial training, they may prevent injury to themselves the people around them or even death. In this episode we study how Officers cope with stressful events. We discuss the fight or flight response which results from the individual’s automatic response to a recognized threat to survival. As a result of their training, officers must deal with critical incidents in which they must react, recognize, and confidently cope in highly stressful situations on a daily basis.
The participants for this study were law enforcement officers from various departments within the selected state that worked with an officer who completed suicide. Participants were solicited through a variety of avenues including the Fraternal Order of Police, all law enforcement organizations in the state, and other sources. Law enforcement departments were either reluctant to allow research access to data or did not collect such information. For example the state in question does not track this data at all. 40 percent of respondents acknowledged they felt the training they received was inadequate. Additional findings will be discussed during the broadcast.
Law enforcement officers often address their issues internally rather than externally and that makes it difficult to detect evidence of suicidal thoughts and behavior, mental illness, and depression in individuals who suffer from mental illness or self-medication.
If law enforcement officers are to survive effectively in the workplace, they must master effective coping skills that will help them deal with occupational stress. Based on the premise that officers are uncomfortable approaching departments for help, departments are potentially at risk for adverse legal action and leaving communities to be protected by officers who are emotionally unstable. This is the third broadcast in this Officer Suicide series. For additional Public Safety Training information please go to www.tapsti.org.
Does your company have a Chief Digital Officer? According to a study by Gartner, a predicted 25% of businesses will have created and filled the Chief Digital Officer title by 2015. David Mathison is in the hot seat this week as we explore the business imperative of the CDO. David Mathison is curator of the Chief Digital Officer Summit, and founder of the CDO Club. More than 65% of global CDOs are members. He is best known for his book, Be The Media. Please join us as we discuss how operating in the new digital landscape is integral to business growth.
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Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI), this 2 hour series will be dealing with the issues of Officer Suicide. This Encore Presentation is part 3 of a 3 part series on Officer Suicide hosted by TAPSTI located at www.tapsti.org. Please feel free to call in at 323-693-3340. We have room for guests on the show! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a guest! Thanks for listening.
Another unarmed young black man shot and killed by a white police officer who's now charged with manslaughter. Do we hold our breathe, especially after witnessing, and hearing the injustices of the Trayvon Martin verdict?
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The CMO of a biotech is like no other job in the world. The CMO is not only responsible for delivering on clinical trials, but also is a key player in the company's fundraising efforts.
From the Chief Medical Officer Summit, please join co-chairs Dr. Greg Fiore, CMO of the The Medicines Company and Dr. Steven Zelenkofske, CMO of Regado together with opening presenter Dr. Tyler Martin, CMO & Founder of Great Plains Biotechnology, to discuss the role of the CMO and how to best manage it.
What should a CMO be focused on? Functioning with restrictive capital Supporting a CEO who does not have experience in the therapeutic area you are in charge of The great balancing act
Tonight Brother Bashir AKA the Baby Face Imam will be teaching on the SCIENCE of reasoning. Do you know what reasoning is. Do you know the science behind it? He will also be teaching about the Science of religion selection. Did you know there is a science to it?
Suicide among law enforcement encompasses more than the taking of the officers’ life. It involves any number of social, environmental, and individual factors that officers encounter on a daily basis. Law enforcement officers respond and intervene when they recognize the warning signs of suicide when dealing with the public, yet they are reluctant to intervene when they notice the same symptoms in their colleagues. This episode is all about a researcher trying to ascertain what the perceptions and responses of law enforcement officers were to the suicidal ideations of professional colleagues. This is Part 1 of a 3 part series. For more Public Safety Training opportunities please see www.tapsti.org.
This special episode covers the life & untimely death of Coalinga State Hospital resident Isidro "Cedro" Zavala Torres. This man, known by CSH residents as Cedro Zavala, was classified as an MDO or Mentally Disordered Offender. This means, in addition to a crime for which he likely served a prison term, Zavala was diagnosed w/ a serious mental illness.
According to witnesses, Cedro Zavala was violently attacked by approximately 10 CSH staff/Department of Police Services (DPS) Officers at the facility between 12-1pm on June 24, 2013. The incident began when Zavala, who is wheelchair-dependent, refused to go to a medical appointment. Then, the staff/DPS swarmed.
Zavala resisted the take down--efforts to forcibly remove him from his wheelchair & throw him to the ground. Apparently, Zavala tried to stop the overzealous/unneccesary attack by spitting at them. While his actions cannot be condoned, this must've been a scary situation for a newer CSH resident w/ serious physical & emotional concerns. His efforts backfired--the situation escalated.
Once on the ground, the most aggressive officer allegedly stood on the man's neck w/ his heavy steel-toed boot. Witnesses theorize Zavala's larynx was crushed by the blow. As he gasped for air, officers flung him back in his chair, threw a towel over his face & rushed him away. Isidro Zavala Torres, 30, was died a short time later.
Shockingly, the officer suspected of causing Zavala's death wasn't suspended. Later that day, he told concerned residents Zavala had died of a drug overdose. Worse yet, mainstream media have not addressed this serious incident to date.
Listen to this important show & tune in Monday for more on abuses at CSH which were swept under the rug - until now.
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Welcome to Security Radio. Your host James Hall with our No. 3 episode - a discussion about mobile phone security.
This evening we have with us the Chief Security Officer of FIXMO a provider of Mobile Risk Management services. Dan has been an information security professional for more than 15 years, and has worked for notable organizations such as XM Radio, Secure Computing, McAfee, Nominum, and Accuvant. He has extensive experience running security programs within the government segment; his most notable role was as Director of Network Security at the Transportation and Security Administration, which was the largest managed service contract within the federal government. Dan joined Fixmo in 2012 to drive security and technology innovation within Fixmo's suite of Mobile Risk Management solutions. In his role at Fixmo, he is directly responsible for global security and information assurance initiatives – researching trends, discovering security vulnerabilities and exploits, building strategic partnerships; and attaining industry certifications - as well as product innovation. Dan holds an M.S. in Information Assurance/Computer Forensics from Capitol College and a D.Sc in Information Assurance from Capitol College with a dissertation focus on enterprise smartphone security.
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Dr. Richard Alan Miller is one of the pioneers in the study of the paranormal. His work in mind control is unparalleled. Beginning in the early 1970s with Navy Intel that work included chip implants, drug studies (telepathine, ketamine, and BZ gas), and synthetic telepathy today known as the “Hearing Voices” effect. Today, with newer definitions on what constitutes the mind, this field encompasses a new paradign and a new direction in mind control has evolved.
Electromagnetic manipulation of our minds and genetic modification of our foods are already techniques of mass social control. The mind is being targeted through the gut via GMO foods, and Dr. Miller suggests what we can do about it. What better way to break down the natural workings of the human mind than through our global food supply.
From studies designed to enhance military performance, Dr. Richard Alan Miller has created invaluable tools for living life in the 21st century. Power Tools for the 21st Century are the protocols that were developed for the Navy SEALs to create super soldiers. These Power Tools can be used today for our own personal evolution of consciousness to also help Targeted Individuals, change their reality, and also by anyone seeking to transmute negativity energy in a positive reality. Dr. Miller makes these protocols available to all of us for use on an everyday basis as tools to expand our consciousness through mastery of self, and to combat the battle for our minds and a mass control agenda... http://www.oak-publishing.com http://www.richardalanmiller.com
Also discussed: Fukushima, nutrition, water, the grid, herbs, and other practices used to "Empower Yourself."
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