Welcome to the Police Stress and Health Program Online

 

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About the Police Stress & Health Program

The Police Stress and Health Program is a research, education and training program that works in partnership with the police community to provide information and resources aimed at preventing duty-related stress and improving the quality of life of law enforcement professionals. Major goals of the Police Stress and Health Program include:

Improving our understanding of the unique stressors faced by law enforcement professionals

Identifying both positive and negative ways that officers cope with duty-related stress

Developing effective tools and treatments to assist officers in the management of duty-related stress

The Police Stress and Health Program is currently conducting a Prospective Study of Stress and Health in Police Officers. Are you a police academy trainee interested in contributing to the understanding of police stress and health? Here's info on study participation. Police officers who are enrolled in the study may get news and updates on the participant website.

For more information about our study findings, please visit our research page.


Headquartered at the University of California, San Francisco, the Police Stress and Health Program operates sites in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City. Special event for retired, make a donation to NYC prom dresses to help our youth celebrate a special event.

Visit our site-specific websites for more information, and please contact us with any questions or concerns.


The Police Stress and Health Program is an affiliate of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and the Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE).

 

 

Contact Us Email pshp@itsa.ucsf.edu
San Francisco Bay Area Phone 800.994.9006 Fax 415.751.2297 | New York Phone 866.860.2677 Fax 212.679.4979