In partnership with the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association 

View On Demand (recorded March 23, 2021)

PA House Bill 1910 introduced a host of new mandates on Pennsylvania law enforcement agencies, including several that focus on post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD). Agencies are now obligated to screen for and manage potential PTSD in officers and to prepare officers for interactions with subjects who have PTSD or may otherwise be in crisis. 

Join us to learn more about HB 1910, what it means for you and your agency, and how these new requirements can be used to drive positive changes for your officers and community members. 

You’ll learn:

  • What obligations HB 1910 creates for law enforcement agencies, including which mandates are awaiting further clarification from MPOETC
  • Key strategies for strengthening officer resilience and wellness 
  • The connection between officer mental health and constitutionally sound policing 
  • Strategies for improving police response to individuals experiencing PTSD symptoms

Presented by:

Chief (Ret.) Mike Ranalli 
Program Manager

David Black, PhD
CEO/President, Cordico
Clinical Psychologist

Derek Clepper
Content Developer, Lexipol
Pennsylvania Attorney &
Law Enforcement Instructor


Register now