Articles Filed Under 'Plan Your Relationships'

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

What Can We Do To Better Help One Another?

We should not have to Suffer In Silence! When I read the Diary of a Suicidal Cop, I am saddened, but that still doesn’t mean we can’t help those who need it most.

Sunday, March 4th, 2018

Who can you talk to when your officer has just had to kill someone in the line of duty?

Don’t forget the effect a critical incident can have on law enforcement families and work to build a strong family support network before you need one.

Monday, January 12th, 2015

Law Enforcement Is A Family Commitment

Resources aimed at helping LEOs cope with the unique rigors of their professions are more abundant now that at any other time in history. To a lesser degree, but increasing, is information specifically designed to aid family member’s with their own set of challenges.

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

Interview with Carolyn Whiting the Co-author of “The Crazy Lives of Police Wives”

Wow” wouldn’t it be great if there was something like that, that shared information and provided mentoring for police wives and police families?

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

Build Your Relationship with a Road Trip

We work hard as LEOs and First Responders, taking care of our families and our communities and we need to plan some rest and relaxation into our schedules as well. Planning your relaxation and rejuvenation is part of an overall health and wellness strategy and a major part of our concept of Tactical Resilience.

Monday, May 13th, 2013


This week please remember those on the wall and those whose names are not on this blessed wall. Above all please remember all the survivors.

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Social Media Tips for Cops

In our 30 minute interview we discuss how you can better utilize the social media networks for personal or business uses and Chuck lists 7 Deadly Mistakes Cops can Avoid with Social Media.

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

A Time for Law Enforcement to Give Thanks

At we salute all of you working in law enforcement agencies around the world because without your efforts our world would not be a one we would want to live within. Your job is a tough one that takes it’s toll on all of you who work within this tough profession.

Saturday, September 11th, 2010

Law Enforcement Family Support Network

family support can directly impact the quality of police service and should be of higher priority when we consider their impact on the “well being” of our employees.

Monday, February 15th, 2010

Family Support Groups for Law Enforcement Agencies

Heidi and Michael have been together for the past five years and are currently starting a family group for his police department. They recognized a need to connect and support family members within their agency and they are also working together on a book for Public Safety Families to help them understand and navigate life inside the law enforcement family itself.