IS THERE SOMETHING GOING ON AT HOME?
Explores the common and relatable issues law enforcement face during and after their careers—giving a voice to the spouses, significant others and children of the police family.
WHEN A POLICE OFFICER
SUFFERS FROM TRAUMA,
THEIR FAMILY SUFFERS
RIGHT ALONG WITH THEM.
The story follows Deborah Louise Ortiz, along with her husband, Michael, and daughter, Angela, as they tell their story of a one time New York State Trooper & DEA Task Force Agent struggling in retirement with Addiction and PTSD. Ultimately leading to devastating consequences for the family.
Rachel Medlin & Scott Medlin then share their experiences as a young couple enduring the fallout of a demanding Police Career, which leaves the spouse at home acting as a single parent and a once strong relationship slowly crumbling.
Dr. Olivia Johnson, backed by her extensive research in developing the Fatal 10 of Law Enforcement Suicide, weighs in on both stories, while also explaining the importance of inoculation as it relates to the Mental Health & Relationship issues Police Officers will face during their careers.
Finally, retired Police Officer, Speaker, and Author Glen Williams relates his work in the field of Relationships & the Police Family to the stories in the film, fostering a message to bridge the gap in communication between a Police Officer and Spouse.
AUTHOR. SPEAKER. COMMUNICATION COACH.
Glen Williams spent 26 years in law enforcement as a patrol officer and detective. He grappled with his view of humanity and looked death in the face. Risking his life was just part of the job. And, of course, he couldn't save everyone. After his second divorce, Glen spent three years alone at his cabin and did some deep, self-accountable, soul searching.
"I had visualization about my own life and how I can change what I do and what to expect in my work and personal life."
CONNECT THE DOTS. HOW MANY SQUARES CAN YOU MAKE?
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