Guntersville LEAPS Training

Alabama Law Enforcement Alliance for Peer Support

Registration:  Guntersville Training

The Alabama Law Enforcement Alliance for Peer Support (ALLEAPS) and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) will provide peer support training at the following:

September 14-17, 2020

Marshall County EMA Office

3550 Creek Path Road

Guntersville, Alabama 35976.

This 32-hour training has limited seating, and there is no cost for the training

The purpose of this course is to provide law enforcement officers with a distinct skill set, allowing them to deal with and assist other officers following high-stress job-related events such as:

  • Officer-Involved Shooting
  • Multiple Fatality Collisions
  • Officer Down
  • Mass Casualty
  • Custodial Death
  • Suicide
  • Child Death, etc.

Additional topics explain the reasons for (and provide solutions):

  • Why police officers live 20 years less than the general public.
  • Why law enforcement officers commit suicide at 3-4 times the rate at which we are killed in the line-of-duty.
  • Why career police officers in the U.S. are ranked first in Alcoholism, Divorce, Heart Disease, and PTSD.

ALLEAPS is NOT counseling. 

ALLEAPS is a highly effective peer-driven support system that exists exclusively within the law enforcement brotherhood, instead of with well-meaning mental health professionals that cops typically don’t trust.

Completion of the 32-hour LEAPS program qualifies students to be certified peer support members as identified in Title 36-21-14, Code of Alabama.  This certification provides law enforcement officers the identical privileged communication protection that is currently in place for a lawyer/client or doctor/patient.

This law enforcement training is RESTRICTED TO CERTIFIED PEACE OFFICERS and RETIREES with valid credentials.  Chaplains and mental health professionals who comply with the requirements of 36-21-14, Code of Alabama, upon approval, may be permitted to attend.

The officer should have a good reputation and understanding of the law enforcement brother/sisterhood, along with the willingness to step up and take action when another police officer is in need.

Sponsored by the Arab Police Department, Arab, Alabama

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