Survey finds that traumatized police are prone to bad decisions and increased stress
Published on Wednesday, August 10, 2022
A Northern Illinois University survey reports that an estimated 17% to 35% of the nation’s police officers have experienced PTSD or depression. Anti-police rhetoric that is so prevalent today exacerbates PTSD in officers who are already struggling and, according to experts, until municipalities examine these factors more errors in judgement will occur.
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