Vision: Our vision is to build and maintain the best state-wide Peer Network possible, and to give continuous support to the police officers in the field.
Mission: Our Mission is to eliminate police suicide in the state of Texas, because even one is too many.How Do I Participate
The Texas Law Enforcement Peer Network (TLEPN) is a state-wide program designed to give every Texas law enforcement officer access to specially trained peers to address stressors, trauma, fatigue and other needs to combat workforce burnout and end Police suicide and self-harm. The network will train and mentor police officer volunteers to assist their fellow officers manage stressors both on and off the job.
Copline provides around the clock support to officers in crisis, both online and by phone: 1-800-COPLINE
MMHPI provided curriculum development and program design for the TLEPN program.
CPI Executive Director Spivey describes the new TLEPN program, whose goal is to end law enforcement suicide. This interview provides information related to how the network came into existence and how it will provide peer support to all police officers in Texas.
Texas Municipal Police Association Travis Hammond speaks to the importance of a peer network in law enforcement.