Tim’s Story

Tim is a retired police officer with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and this is his story… The Mountie & My Mind It was October 23rd, 2006, at the age of 26 years old, I just graduated from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Cadet training program as a member of a First Nations Police Service. My first posting was with the North Peace Tribal Police Service where I did six months side by side with the RCMP. Our uniforms were black with a red stripe down the sides of our pants, they were like the Edmonton Police Service. That year I was stationed in an isolated and remote post...

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Mark’s Story

Mark is a former police officer with the RCMP and Halifax Regional Police Service and this is his story… THE BENCH July 7, 2017. That’s the date I sat on this bench in the yard of my children’s school, and made the decision that I was going to take my life.  I had been a police officer since 2002. I have always been a type A personality, and someone who succeeded at anything I tried. I always thought that if I worked hard enough and dedicated myself to what I wanted in life; I could accomplish anything. Nothing could stop me, nothing stood in my way, and I woke up every day with a mission...

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Erich’s Story

Erich is currently an active police officer with the RCMP and former Military Veteran this is his story… First off, I’d like to talk about the attached image that was created by my amazing wife. My hope is, that just by viewing this image, you have grasped the essence of what she has captured, and that being the raw emotions that come with living with PTSD, not just for the one carrying it within, but for the loved ones who see the pain and suffering on a daily basis. When I speak of PTSD, I am encompassing all that comes with it for me. The depression, anger, internal pain, constant...

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Derek’s Story

Derek is currently an active police officer with York Regional Police Service and this is his story… Cop shows are great, aren’t they? filled with car chases, shoot outs, heroic fights and fancy medals and awards.  Then they go out have a couple drinks and do it all again the next day, as if a small part of hell was not just brought upon them the day before.  They seem stressed but quickly turn it off like nothing happened.  I think to myself, why can’t I do that? I started my career in 2015, It had taken me 7 years of applications, interviews, testing, volunteering and...

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