How Do You Build Integrity? Join us for a live discussion!

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John Marx and Chaplain Cary A. Friedman invite you to join us for a new online discussion about modern policing as part of our Tactical Resilience™ & Ethical Policing Project. We want to ignite a thoughtful, and regular, discussion about issues critical to the success of modern policing and we want to involve you! To that end we are planning regular webinars that will last about an hour. They will involve a little discussion, a little training and a few guests along the way.

Our next online session will be LIVE on Wednesday May 8th at Noon Eastern time. Space will be limited to the first 100 people who register in advance.

Register by visiting our website at:
and CLICKING on the link that says: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Please register in advance so we know who is attending and so you can get the instructions about how to connect to the meeting!

May 8, 2019 we will be discussing:

Building Integrity — Please join us for our next online discussion when we will examine the topic of “Building Integrity” with these three questions:
Can you build integrity?
How do you build integrity?
Why would you build integrity?
Please join us and join in the discussion!

In our previous webcasts we discussed healthy role models and mentors — and then we discussed cautionary tales about when we have seen negative modeling of behaviors that don’t serve us. Join us again this Wednesday May 8, 2019 at Noon Eastern Time for our next in a series of LIVE webcasts from The Tactical Resilience™ & Ethical Policing Project.”

LESI is the Law Enforcement Survival Institute
TREPP is our Tactical Resilience & Ethical Policing Project

About Editor

John Marx was a Police Officer for twenty-three years and served as a Hostage Negotiator for nineteen of those years. He worked as a patrol officer, media liaison officer, crime prevention officer and burglary detective. Also during his career he served as administrator of his city's Community Oriented Governance initiative through the police department's Community Policing project. Today John combines his skills to consult with businesses about improving both their security and their customer service programs. John retired from law enforcement in 2002. When one of his friends, also a former police officer, committed suicide at age 38, John was devastated and began researching the problems that stress creates for police officers. He decided he needed to do something to help change those problems and he wanted to give something back to the profession that gave him so much. He started a project that has evolved into Put simply, the mission of CopsAlive is to save the lives of those who save lives! gathers information, strategies and tools to help law enforcement professionals plan for happy, healthy and successful careers, relationships and lives.
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