The honorable, but challenging work of Law Enforcement can have a tremendous impact on officer wellness. National University offers a law enforcement wellness program that goes beyond physical fitness and wellness plans to focus on whole-person wellness to embody mind, body, and spirit.

Cultivating a culture of health and wellness in law enforcement helps law enforcement professionals better serve the community, improving community and law enforcement outcomes. Caring for the Caretakers: Organizational Wellness for Law Enforcement helps managers and law enforcement professionals learn how to create an environment and culture where employee wellness is central to all aspects of the organization. This program provides a framework to establish best practices and build organizational wellness. Enroll for FREE at NU by March 31st, 2024.

Program at a Glance:

Testimonial from Chief Brandon Medina, Fuquay-Varina Police Department:

“As the Chief of Police of the Fuquay-Varina Police Department, I am ecstatic to partner with National University, which is offering our department …, “Caring for the Caretakers: Organizational Wellness for Law Enforcement” at no cost. This course will allow our officers to learn the culture of wellness, implement and sustain wellness, and provide an additional tool on their belt to further improve successful responses between police and individuals experiencing a crisis, mental health conditions, and intellectual/developmental disabilities.”

For more information, email or call (805)200-232.