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  1. Our police department has a program called “peer support” in which a female officer, who is not a trained counselor, performs a critical incident stress debriefing after a major event. Attendance at her meetings is mandatory. I whole heartedly agree with this article – that such an approach causes more harm than good.

    -a police officer who would rather not be bothered

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