(833) 219-2461

Guarding Sheep, Pursuing Wolves, Saving Sheepdogs

Romans 13:4-5 (NLT)

4 The authorities are God’s servants, sent for your good. But if you are doing wrong, of course you should be afraid, for they have the power to punish you. They are God’s servants, sent for the very purpose of punishing those who do what is wrong. 5 So you must submit to them, not only to avoid punishment, but also to keep a clear conscience.

Helping You Achieve Success

We offer support and resources for LEO’s “Law Enforcement Officers” & Dispatchers who want help with:

We can help your agency with proper protocols for funerals, arranging for extra support for the agency during the days immediately following the incident, making sure the family is aware of the benefits available to them, and more. The more you prepare and train in ADVANCE, the better for all!

family issues (we have programs for spouses and families)

financial matters

suicide prevention, intervention, and follow-up

alcohol and/or substance abuse problems

spiritual issues

other personal concerns

 

Why we do this?

We do this because

we have seen it help other Officers and Dispatchers.

We do this because

it works!

We do this because

it’s needed and it makes sense.

DID YOU KNOW:

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The life expectancy of a cop is 59 years (78.56 years for civilians)

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There are 125-150 cop suicides each year; two to three times as many cops kill themselves each year than are killed by a bad guy!

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There is a 72% divorce rate among 10-year veterans.

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Alcoholism among cops is twice the national average.

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Domestic abuse is twice the national average.

DID YOU KNOW:

;

The life expectancy of a cop is 59 years (78.56 years for civilians)

;

There are 125-150 cop suicides each year; two to three times as many cops kill themselves each year than are killed by a bad guy!

;

There is a 72% divorce rate among 10-year veterans.

;

Alcoholism among cops is twice the national average.

;

Domestic abuse is twice the national average.

 

 

 

 

 

THIS DOESN’T HAVE TO BE; THAT’S WHY WE’RE HERE.

We’re cops just like you. We’re here to respond and help you deal with the physical, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and spiritual effects of job-related stresses. You are not alone! If you have any questions, please get in touch with us.

THIS DOESN’T HAVE TO BE;

THAT’S WHY WE’RE HERE.

We’re cops just like you. We’re here to respond and help you deal with the physical, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and spiritual effects of job-related stresses. You are not alone! If you have any questions, please get in touch with us.

Statute 36-21-14

In the State of Alabama, statute 36-21-14 provides all Emergency Responders with privileged and confidential communications with a peer who has been trained and appointed by their Chief/Sheriff as a Certified Peer Support Member.

The Peer Support appointment form is on this website under the Members Only section. Download and complete the form which includes having your Chief/Sheriff sign the order, you can mail the form to:

LT. (Retired) Heath Carpenter, SBI

Lead Instructor, ALLEAPS
1450 Ross Clark Circle, Suite 3
Dothan, AL 36301

 

Tim P. Faulk, PhD, CTTS

Clinical Director, ALLEAPS
1450 Ross Clark Circle, Suite 3
Dothan, AL 36301

Statewide Peer Support Dispatch

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA), provides a toll-free peer support telephone number available to all emergency responders (including dispatchers) and their families. Your call will be answered 24/7 365 days by ALEA Central Dispatch resulting in the activation of peer support personnel (regardless of your agencies participation in a peer program).

Since October 2017, ALLEAPS has worked to develop and provide a quality peer support program with the goals of assisting law enforcement officers experiencing personal and/or professional stress-related problems . All peer support communication is privileged and confidential per Alabama Statue 36-21-14.

The goal of Peer Support in Alabama is to make contact with an officer or an agency within thirty minutes of receiving the call; and provide a consistent and effective standard of care for those who answer the call and protect others.

Should you or your agency need assistance, please call: (833) 219-2461

Heath Carpenter, LT (Retired), SBI

ALLEAPS/Lead Instructor
(334) 726-3250

Tim P. Faulk, PhD

ALLEAPS, Clinical Director
(334) 701-9624

John Gallups, Chaplain

ALLEAPS, Chaplain Coordinator
(334) 201-2432

Zombie Run 2022

Fun Run – Non-Competitive

Because of the weather and most of the law enforcement resources we had lined up for the race being in Florida working Hurricane detail, we are postponing the Zombie Chase. We are going to have a board meeting to see when it will be rescheduled.

One of the most important factors facing us this year is making sure this event is safe for everyone. After much thought, we do not believe given the uncertainty of the weather that we can ensure everyone is safe and experiences a good time. I trust everyone understands this concern and we will keep you posted on plans for the next Zombie Chase.

Again thanks for your support and please keep all our neighbors in the storm in your thoughts and prayers.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Crystal @ 334-714-7293.

The ALLEAPS 4th Annual Zombie Fun Run – all funds raised go to support the training required for Law Enforcement Officers, Dispatchers, Conservation Officers, and Correction Officers to provide needed peer support to their peers in Alabama.

The Fun Run is scheduled for October 1, 2022.

Registration and Packet Pickup – Begins at 3:30 PM

  • T-Shirt – Specify shirt size on form below.
  • Runners Belt
  • You may register at the gate or preregister below:

Race Start Time – 5:00PM

  • Food Vendors
  • Live Music
  • Exciting Obstacles
  • Runners Get 3 Flags
  • Survive by keeping at least one flag
  • Lose them all and you are infected!!!

Location: LANDMARK PARK
Dothan, Alabama

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