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In support of law enforcement across the country, the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) provides scientifically based information and tools to support agencies in improving their practices and protocols to keep officers safe.

At OJP, officer safety, health, and wellness is an important focus of research, grants, and resources. Additionally, when tragedy strikes, OJP is focused on helping survivors and the families of public safety officers.

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Where can I find information on the Public Safety Officers' Benefits (PSOB) Program? The Bureau of Justice Assistance's Public Safety Officers' Benefits Program (PSOB) provides death and ...Read More

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Upcoming Webinar
First Responder Trauma
May 28, 2020 | 2 p.m. ET

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Resources

PoliceArmor.org
Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the Bureau of Justice Assistance, PoliceArmor.org serves as a single point of access for technical information, NIJ's Compliance Testing Program and Compliant Product List, and guidelines for proper fit and care of body armor.
VALOR: Preventing Violence Against Law Enforcement Officers and Ensuring Officer Resilience and Survivability
VALOR is designed to prevent violence against law enforcement officers and ensure officer resilience and survivability following violent encounters during the course of their duties.
Vicarious Trauma Toolkit (VTT)
Developed by the Office for Victims of Crime, the VTT was developed on the premise that exposure to the traumatic experiences of other people is an inevitable occupational challenge for those in certain fields, including law enforcement. The VTT includes tools and resources that provide the knowledge and skills necessary for organizations to address the vicarious trauma needs of their staff.

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