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THE WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND IS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will host a two-day public workshop (date and location to be determined) called Strategies, Interventions, and Policies for Healh Promotion, High Risk Behavior Prevention, and Increased Performance of the DHS Law Enforcement Workforce. The workshop will explore the impact of operational stressors on the health and performance of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) law enforcement workforce. Further, the workshop will explore relevant opportunities for DHS’s Office of Health Affairs Workforce Health and Medical Support Division, Office of Chief of Human Capital Officer, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), and DHS component agencies and operational units to identify and incorporate best practices, strategies, interventions and policies from other similarly situated organizations and mitigate risks to the health and safety of their workforce, and, by extension, the safety of the nation. Specifically, the workshop will feature invited presentations and discussions that will:

-- Provide a broad overview of the operational stressors and environments faced by the DHS law enforcement workforce;

-- Explore evidence-based resilience and performance enhancement training, and suicide and other high-risk behavior prevention strategies and interventions;

-- Discuss potential strategies and best practices to limit the impact of environmental factors and other operational stressors that may limit the effectiveness of the DHS law enforcement workforce;

-- Identify barriers for implementation of best practices (e.g., funding, policies, logistics, etc.) and;

-- Examine how law enforcement leaders can promote the recognition of indicators of psychological stress and inspire personnel to access available resources while reducing stigma and increasing help-seeking behavior.A proceeding in brief of the presentations and discussions at the workshop will be prepared by a designated rapporteur in accordance with institutional guidelines.

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