Wellness Programs for Police Officers

Wellness Programs for Police Officers

I’m impressed with what Cordico is doing to support our first responders.

If you take a look at what Cordico is offering, I think you too will be impressed.

Gordon Graham, Co-Founder of Lexipol/Retired CHP

Powerful tools to support and strengthen officer wellness – put your wellness program into the hands of your police officers.

Powerful skills for identifying, preventing, and coping with stress – critical to every officer wellness program.

Behavioral tools for bolstering law enforcement health and wellness – the physical health component of wellness.

Incorporate cutting-edge research for engineering positive and healthy habits into your officer wellness program.

Build stronger officer resilience for dealing with challenges, stress, and adverse events – a core component of officer wellness programs.

Strategies for stronger law enforcement emotional health, managing negative emotions, and bolstering positive emotions.

Learn skills for improved communication and better relationships – a key component of strong wellness programs.

Improve sleep, health, mood, attention, learning ability, creative performance, and memory – an essential component of law enforcement wellness programs.

Best practices for achieving balance in the face of life’s demands – an important component for officer wellness programs.

Educational resources on traumatic events, Posttraumatic Stress, and PTSD – essential elements for law enforcement wellness programs.


Warning signs and symptoms, risk factors, and guidelines for support – critical for law enforcement wellness programs.

Provide law enforcement peer support personnel with powerful wellness program resources – or access resources to help build a new peer support team.

Read the Press Release: Officer Wellness Goes High-Tech: Cordico Apps Target Stress and Trauma in Law Enforcement


“When you deploy this app to all of your personnel and their spouses, think of the message that sends. It’s very powerful. Consider what it means when we give this tool to our new hires, when we show it to them during the recruiting process, it’s making a difference. This is ultimately about changing the culture, and the app is a major part of that process.”

Featured in Calibre Press: The Human Behind the Badge by Chief Jennifer Tejada

This article is excerpted from the Cordico Law Enforcement Wellness App, which also provides audio content from Chief Tejada to help law enforcement develop a strong mindfulness practice.

Featured in the Lexipol Webinar: Failing Our Own: 4 Ways Law Enforcement Agencies Sell Officers Short

Cordico is featured and recommended by Gordon Graham at approximately 19-20 minutes, and again at 62-68 minutes during the webinar. 

National Sheriffs’ Association Bio of Dr. David Black, Founder/CEO of Cordico

Dr. Black is a Board Member of the National Sheriffs’ Association Psychological Services Group, serves as the Chair of Technology and Social Media, is an Advisory Board Member for the National Police Foundation’s Center for Mass Violence Response Studies, and served on the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Model Policy Working Group for Investigating Officer-Involved Shootings and Other Serious Incidents.