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Survivor Network is a private corner of the internet where police survivors can find words of hope from chaplains and kindred spirits from within the faith community.
Leveraging the internet’s unique ability to connect people to content, the Survivor Network reaches those who might not otherwise seek help. The online resource fills the silence that often surrounds grief with words of hope and healing from police chaplains and other members of the survivor community.
We encourage you to share this resource and fill the silence that often surrounds grief with words of hope and healing from police chaplains.
Support for members of the law enforcement community in grief.
Provides immediate access to the archive by creating educational programs and products for members of the law enforcement community who must confront or manage crisis.
The actions taken (or not taken) during the first seven days following a line of duty death will largely define your leadership for years to come.