Conference Topics


C.O.P.S. has opened its call for presenters and is currently working on 2017 session topics.  We will not only be providing sessions relevant for law enforcement, but we will also be holding sessions specifically designed for law enforcement spouses/significant others.


Here are some examples of sessions that have been presented in the past:


Are You Stressed?

Below 100 for Law Enforcement Families

Building a Successful Peer Support Program

Building Resilience: Surviving Secondary Trauma

C.O.P.S. How Can I Help?

Cancer & the Will to Win

Career Survival

Compassion Fatigue & Care for the Caregivers

Funeral Response Teams - Honor, Dignity & Respect

Getting “Unstuck” From Trauma: EMDR

Groundswell: Starting Your Wellness Program

Holding Onto Faith in Difficult Times

How to Find Mental Heath Providers

How to Help Your Agency After a Completed Suicide

Injured Officer: Surviving a Critical Incident & Returning to Work

Is This Normal? An In-Depth Guide for Police Officer Spouse/Significant Others

Is Your Agency Prepared for a LODD?

Leadership in a Crisis

Life After Law Enforcement - Approaching Retirement

Life as a Law Enforcement Spouse/Significant Other

Loving a Cop Has Its Challenges

Mental Health & Suicide Prevention for Law Enforcement Officers

Nuts & Bolts of Police Chaplain Programs

Preparing for a Crisis - An Overview of CISM

Preparing Sworn Personnel & Their Family Members for LODD

Proven Steps to Relieve Stress, Anxiety & Trauma


Raising Children in a Law Enforcement Family


Shielding the Ones We Love

Stress Management & Resiliency Cultivation for Law Enforcement & Families

Successes & Challenges of the Liaison Officer

Suicide Prevention/Intervention Across the Lifespan in the 21st Century

Surviving & Thriving a Career in Law Enforcement

Surviving PTSD in Law Enforcement

Surviving Your Spouse/Significant Other’s Career

The Alertness Edge: Managing the Effects of Sleep Loss & Shift Work on Law Enforcement Performance, Health & Safety

The Public Safety Officers’ Benefits Program

The Texas Department of Public Safety Fitness & Nutrition Model

Tran Life After Law Enforcement—Understanding & Planning for Future Care

Transitioning to Retirement

Triage for Law Enforcement in an Age of Negative Stereotypes, False Narratives & Monday Morning Quarterbacks

Vicarious Traumatization in the Law Enforcement Profession

We’re In This Together - Keeping Relationships Healthy

What Happens When Trauma Comes Homes


C.O.P.S. National Conference


Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Conference Center

1800 Highway 26 East

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C.O.P.S. National Office


Mail:  P.O. Box 3199  --  Camdenton, MO 65020

Physical:  846 Old South 5  --  Camdenton, MO 65020

Phone:  573-346-4911  --  Fax:  573-346-1414


C.O.P.S. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  C.O.P.S. programs and services are funded by grants and donations.

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