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Jack A. Digliani

Police Psychologist

Loveland Police Department

HQ Phone:  (970) 962-2000

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Loveland Police Department

810 E 10th Street Suite 100

Loveland, Colorado,80537

United States

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Police Psychologist

Larimer County


Law Enforcement Officer for Police Services

Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce


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Jack Digliani | Cops Alive | Police Wellness and Resilience to Stress - Career Survival

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Jack Digliani
Dr. Digliani is a psychologist and a former deputy sheriff, police officer, and detective. He served as staff psychologist and peer support team clinical supervisor of the Fort Collins, Colorado Police Services (FCPS)for the last 11 years of his police career. In 1995 he was awarded the FCPS Medal of Merit for his work in police psychology. He is the current staff psychologist for the Loveland Police Department and Larimer County Sheriff's Office in Colorado. In his work, he provides psychological counseling services to department members and their families. He also serves as the clinical supervisor of the agencies' Peer Support Teams. Dr. Digliani has worked with numerous municipal, county, state, and federal law enforcement organizations. He specializes in trauma psychology, group interventions, and the development of police peer support teams. His writings include Reflections of a Police Psychologist, the Police and Sheriff Peer Support Team Manual, and the Law Enforcement Critical Incident Handbook. He has developed the Police And Training/Recruit Officer Liaison (PATROL) program to support police officers in training, the Proactive Annual Check-In (PAC) Initiative to support working officers, and the Comprehensive Model for Police Advanced Strategic Support (COMPASS) to support officers throughout and following their police career. Download A Free Copy of the NEW 6th Edition of Jack Digliani's Police & Sheriff Peer Support Team Training Manual by Clicking the Image Below Jack Digliani Jack Digliani - BIO


Make It Safe | Cops Alive | Police Wellness and Resilience to Stress - Career Survival

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Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 by Jack Digliani
Today CopsAlive.com is pleased to announce Police Psychologist Jack Digliani's newly developed "Make it Safe" Police Officer Initiative. Jack A. Digliani, PhD, EdD Police Psychologist Peer Support Team Clinical Supervisor Loveland Police Department CLICK HERE to send Jack an email [...] to Michael's suggestions you might consider a Proactive Peer Support program as well as Jack Digliani's "Make It Safe" Initiative to encourage officers to ask for help when they need psychological support. Download A Free Copy of the NEW 6th Edition of Jack Digliani's Police & Sheriff Peer Support Team Training Manual by Clicking the Image Below Jack Digliani Jack Digliani - BIO


Secondary PTSD - What is it? | Cops Alive | Police Wellness and Resilience to Stress - Career Survival

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We at CopsAlive.com like and support the Peer Support Team Training provided by Jack Digliani, Ph.D., Ed.D.
You can find his free materials available for download here on CopsAlive.com or you can visit his website to learn more about his training at: www.JackDigliani.com. Jack A. Digliani is the police psychologist for the Loveland Police Department and Larimer County Sheriff's Office (Colorado). He provides psychological services to department members and their families, and is the clinical supervisor of the agencies' Peer Support Teams. He has worked with numerous municipal, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. He specializes in police and trauma psychology, group interventions, and the development of police, fire, and other emergency service peer support teams. Dr. Digliani is a licensed psychologist and a former deputy sheriff, police officer, and detective. He served as a law enforcement officer for the Laramie County, Wyoming Sheriff's Office, the Cheyenne, Wyoming Police Department, and the Fort Collins, Colorado Police Services (FCPS). He was the FCPS Director of Human Services and police psychologist for the last 11 years of his FCPS career. While in this position he provided psychological services for employees and their families, and clinically supervised the FCPS Peer Support Team. He received the FCPS Medal of Merit for his work in police psychology. You can download a free copy of Jack Digliani's Police and Sheriff's Peer Support Team Training Manual by CLICKING HERE You can download a free copy of Jack Digliani's Critical Incident Handbook by CLICKING HERE Download A Free Copy of the NEW 6th Edition of Jack Digliani's Police & Sheriff Peer Support Team Training Manual by Clicking the Image Below Jack Digliani Jack Digliani - BIO


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"It's like the highjacking of a social identity" a person didn't work for or fully achieve, said Jack Digliani, police psychologist for the Larimer County Sheriff's Office and Loveland Police Department.


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In suicides, says Jack Digliani, a police psychologist with the Loveland, Colorado Police Department, police officers are more likely to leave a note than the general population.
"In many cases, a manifesto reads like a suicide note," says Digliani. Dorner's lengthy manifesto, he said, had similar hallmarks, including a section thanking those who helped him. The manifesto, says Digliani, also offers insight into how Dorner could have turned from cop to criminal.


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