An honored career, an
uncommon family life,
a unique marriage.
It’s an entity all on its own and it stands a world
apart from other marriages. The spouse involved in this
police marriage has most likely entered into a whole new,
alien-like world. The officer involved in the
marriage has his or her own obstacles to face when
attempting to satisfy both work life and home life.
The process of acknowledging all of this in a
police marriage is a good first step.
But, working through it and surrendering some
of the rigidity is another story altogether.
You can't do it alone.
This is marital pain like no other. It seems hopeless.
We can tell you that there is hope in each and every
police marriage relationship if you are
willing to try with us.
See Published Articles
Focus On Officer Wellness: Educating the Police Spouse,
Article by The Police Chief Magazine
Supporting Cops By Supporting Spouses,
Article by Calibre Press
The Difficulties of Maintaining a Spousal Support Group,
Authored blog for the International Association
of Chief's of Police
Feel free to Download PDF Files below to assist in
building a group of your own...
Why Spousal Support Groups are Crucial
Steps to Develop and Maintain a Spousal Support Group
The Difficulties of Maintaining a Spousal Support Group
Our Plan For You:
Read this together as a couple.
Officer Involved Spouse -
Sharing experiences to reach the heart of your law enforcement marriage...
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This book is designed to be a seven
week study, complete with
journal-type questions and
guidance to help bring up the
difficult topics that occur in a
law enforcement marriage.
WE WOULD BE HONORED TO
SPEAK FOR YOUR POLICE ORGANIZATION:
We will come ready with tips and tools to
help the marriages and families
within your sworn staff. A police
marriage and family that is
better supported and equipped for the
journey gives you an officer that is better
able to perform his/her job duties.
Brian and Linda have been speakers for the IACP
Conferences (2018 & 2019),
the 2020 IACP Symposium and Trainings
for Regional Trauma Support. All speaking topics
are geared toward the health, wellness and family
support of the officer, marriage and home life.