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Transforming Law Enforcement Through Better Sleep
Getting good sleep is good for you and the communities you serve. Police officers who sleep poorly are more at risk to make errors, safety violations and experience higher levels of irritability, impatience and anger. We understand the importance of sleep and are here to support Law Enforcement personnel in the quality of life you deserve as well as increase productivity, performance, wellness, and safety for you and others.
Sleep Training Video for Law Enforcement Personnel
Watch this 35-minute in-service presented to the Boulder, Colorado Police Department. In this training learn simple steps that will help you fall asleep and back to sleep more quickly and easily, even in the midst of stress. Also, learn about the damaging effects of poor sleep for law enforcement professionals and the many benefits of good sleep.
Richard Shane, PhD is a Behavioral Sleep Therapist and creator of the Sleep Easy Method, based on his clinically-proven methodology of Neurosomatic Therapy for SleepTM. Dr Shane works with several large medical groups serving over 300,000 patients and has worked with large-scale organizations including the U.S. Military, oil & gas industry, commercial airlines, municipalities and police & fire departments and many more.
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A clinical study was conducted on the Sleep Easy program tested by police departments, fire departments, United Airlines pilots, and the general public. In the study published in the Journal of Sleep Disorders and Therapy, 81.6% of participants reported improved sleep and the vast majority reported their sleep began to improve the first night or within the few nights.
Jamie Kootswatewa, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, District III-OJS, Keams Canyon, AZ
Jill Olmstead, Police Chaplain, MN
"Good sleep is probably the single most important thing you can do to improve your job performance and increase your own quality of life." - Dr Richard Shane
The study, "Sleep Disorders, Health, and safety in Police Officers" published by Harvard Medical School, found that among officers experiencing difficulty sleeping:
1. Rajaratnam SM1, Barger LK, Lockley SW, Shea SA, Wang W, Landrigan CP, O'Brien CS, Qadri S, Sullivan JP, Cade BE, Epstein LJ, White DP, Czeisler CA. (2011). Sleep disorders, health, and safety in police officers. Journal of the American Medical Association, 306(23), 2567-78. Harvard Work Hours Health and Safety Group (HWHHSG) at Harvard Medical School