Law Enforcement jobs rank high among the most stressful jobs a person can have.

Officers serve citizens through some of the worst days of their lives. Even though they regularly witness traumatic circumstances on the job, officers don’t often have an outlet to process what they’ve seen and heard. This can come at a great cost to their health and wellness.

You may have worked to improve officer wellbeing in the past, but barriers got in the way.

  • Stigma around asking for help

  • Low adoption of current wellness initiatives

  • Lack of resources that meet officers' unique needs

  • Difficulty building a comprehensive wellness program

We want to help!

Implementing a comprehensive wellness program can seem daunting, especially if you don't have guidance on where to start. The nationwide problem of understaffing only puts more of a strain on your department, making wellbeing priorities appear even further out of reach. You are not alone. There are simple, actionable solutions you can leverage to proactively equip your officers, prioritize wellbeing, and empower your agency.


Reduce Burnout

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Improve Wellbeing

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Enhance Your Wellness Program

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Reduce Stress & Burnout

Increased scrutiny and chronic understaffing in law enforcement are nationwide issues, and agencies are feeling the pressure. The guides below help address how officers can manage the unique stressors of a job in law enforcement and avoid burnout.

4 Ways to Prevent and Reduce Burnout in Law Enforcement -min

4 Ways to Prevent and Reduce Burnout in Law Enforcement

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Reduce Burnout in Law Enforcement with a Wellbeing App for Anonymous Support

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Three Mental Health Exercises That Help Officers Manage Stress & Avoid Burnout-min

Three Simple CBT Exercises to Help Officers Manage Stress

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Improve Officer Wellbeing

Even the best resources won't be effective if they aren't easy to access. Officers may not know where to find resources, or the barrier of stigma may prevent them from reaching out. Explore our guides below for tips on how to reduce barriers and improve wellbeing in your department. 


Reducing Barriers to Ask for Help in Law Enforcement -min

Reduce These Common Barriers to Wellness Support

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Support Officers with Wellness Resources Before They are in Crisis

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Top Challenge in Law Enforcement: Mental Health & Wellness

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Enhance Your Wellness Program

Creating a comprehensive and effective wellness program can seem like a daunting task. What do your officers need? What initiatives would best support department wellness? Check out the resources below for a few best practices on how to develop your own complete wellness program. 

5 Ways to Support Officer Wellness in Your Law Enforcement Agency -min

5 Ways to Support Wellness in Your Department

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How Tech Helps Create a Complete Wellness Program

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Line - Case Study - Greenville PD (NC)

Learn how Greenville PD made wellness accessible to their officers with PowerLine.

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Why PowerLine?

Provide Anonymous Support

Anonymous resources available 24/7 in a convenient mobile app. No judgment or stigma, just support.

Equip Your Responders

Self-assessments and wellness check-ins help responders identify when they might need extra support.

Empower Your Department

Real insight into your department's wellness needs with anonymized data on how the app is being used.

See the expanded PowerDMS platform in action

Everything you need to train, equip, and protect your public safety employees in a single system – from the moment they’re hired until they retire. Schedule a demo to learn how PowerDMS can benefit you.

  • Update, distribute, and track your policies 4x faster
  • Access and track field training data to improve your FTO program
  • Measure citizen satisfaction and boost officer morale
  • Simplify the employee scheduling process
  • Prove compliance to your accreditation standards