Police officers can be exposed to more traumas in a single tour than most civilians experience in a lifetime. While physical injuries are readily acknowledged, the emotional and psychological scars carried by those who serve can be just as profound, if not more so. The toll of these experiences often extends beyond the immediate moment, creating hidden wounds that can impact every aspect of an officer's life.
We have created a patented anonymous, confidential, secure protocol for law enforcement officers, firefighters, medical responders, and medical professionals known as Post-Tour Processing (PTP), which will effect changes in the areas of reducing stress, alcoholism, divorce, and suicide in the culture of response professionals nationwide. Here, responders who dedicate their lives to serving others can find solace and understanding among their peers.
With our patented approach, we prioritize anonymity, confidentiality, and security, ensuring officers can safely seek the support they require. Our comprehensive plan aims to identify and address critical stress early on, preventing its escalation. Through our virtual platform, we provide sessions where law enforcement officers can rewind their experiences, find solace in camaraderie, and receive support from their peers. These sessions offer a safe space for officers to share their burdens, allowing them to process their emotions and experiences without fear of judgment. By fostering a sense of unity and understanding among fellow officers, we aim to alleviate the burdens they carry and promote healing and resilience.
We firmly believe that by addressing the emotional toll that policing can take, we can empower law enforcement personnel to lead healthier and more fulfilling lives, both personally and professionally. Our program is dedicated to making a lasting impact on the well-being of those who tirelessly serve and protect our communities.
The helping professions have made great strides in identifying and managing all of the affects of PTSD. Law enforcement now needs to embrace this evolution - to Protect and Serve those who Protect and Serve!
I am a part of Post Tour Processing now, and I am writing this to you with a sincere heart. Please, please, please – take care of yourselves and the people you work with and for. Post Tour Processing is a tool to help.
Being a family member of a police officer that has taken his life gives me the incentive to help others, because he could not let go. I hope that this program can help other police officers.
Post Tour Processing sessions are held daily and at multiple times. Our groups are facilitated by trained peers, your peers. Our peer facilitators are volunteers and represent the finest of our police. They come to us with a wealth of knowledge, providing coaching to their peers in departments around the tri-state region. We are fortunate to bring their years of experience to this platform where they may help you with Post Tour Processing.
We stand as an unwavering force - an independent, not-for-profit group of retired police officers and police professionals, driven by commitment and concern for our fellow law enforcement community. We've come together with a shared vision - to bridge the gap in services available for those who selflessly protect and serve. At the heart of the mission lies the Executive Board of TTMPT, which led to the development of a transformative program - proactive and preventive in nature - crafted to offer a guiding beacon to responders who might otherwise face adversity without the support of their peers. Our aim goes beyond merely offering assistance in moments of crisis; we seek to build a foundation for a lifetime of well-being. We carry the flame of empathy and the conviction that no responder should face their struggles alone.
A ranking Buffalo Law Enforcement Officer:
"TTMPT allowed me to unburden myself about things I stored up from protecting and serving and from family stress that I otherwise would not have been comfortable discussing."
A ranking Massachusetts Law Enforcement Officer:
"TTMPT should be available to every officer in the state."
Sister of a Police Officer who took his life
"TTMPT is imminently needed I believe it could have saved my brother’s life . He was seeing professionals ongoing up to the incidents of taking his and his wife’s life."