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Officers must not be ashamed of admitting if they have a mental health problem

Hampshire Police Federation chairman John Apter says the process of providing help needs to change.

Hampshire Police Federation chairman John Apter

Hampshire Police Federation chairman John Apter

Date - 24th June 2016
By - John Apter
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Mental health illness is becoming an ‘epidemic’ in policing and officers must not be ashamed of admitting they have a problem. The service must remember that police officers are first and foremost human beings. Sadly, on some occasions...
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