Mental stress of the job can bring anyone to their knees. You glass goes from mostly full, to half-empty, and for some… glass EMPTY. Thoughts of, “I’m not okay creep in,” yet you don’t know why, and you don’t know how to get help.
This typical response of ‘living the dream’ can be heard by workers inside all public service agencies (Law enforcement, Fire, corrections, 911 operators, Sworn, nonsworn, and civilian staff).
“What Were they Thinking?”
Chances are they were NOT thinking. When a person has low Emotional Intelligence, they tend to acted without adding the proper emotions (EI) into the equation, which helps make better decisions.
Public servants know who within their ranks are the unprofessional and often toxic employees. The oath to serve also means a ‘Duty-to-Report’ Misconduct.
A culture of respect is when an agency uses effective methods for responding to episodes of disrespectful behavior while initiating the cultural changes needed to prevent such episodes from occurring.
Life is a constant act of finding balance. And depending on what stage of life your career is in, life will throw you curves that test you. The question is when you do get tested… do you seek out a mentor or do you create misconduct?
At the height of civil unrest last summer, area chiefs, including West Allis Police Chief Patrick Mitchell, recognized the need to bring in a new training program.
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