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Law Enforcement Stats

Welcome to our Law Enforcement Stats page, dedicated to providing insights into the challenges faced by law enforcement personnel and their families. The statistics presented here shed light on the demanding nature of a career in law enforcement, emphasizing the toll it can take on both physical and emotional well-being. Law enforcement officers are at a higher risk for PTSD and depression, compounded by the challenges posed by the current anti-police culture.

Recognizing the need for support that is low-cost or free, convenient, and confidential, we aim to connect LEOs and their families with the resources they require. If you find yourself at risk of becoming one of these statistics, please reach out to us, utilize the hotlines provided on this page, or connect with one of the organizations listed. Remember, you are not alone, and there is hope. Your well-being matters to us.

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Mental Illness

  • 1 in 5 officers suffer from some form of mental illness

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  • 1,001 officers in 2022

  • Law enforcement officers have a 54% increase in suicide risk when compared to the civilian population

Corrections LEO Suicide

  • Suicide rate that is 2x higher than officers in other departments


Assaults on LEO

  • 60,105 Assaults on law Enforcement Officers

  • (30.9%) sustained injuries

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