The safety and well-being of everyday heroes

  • Norman E. Taylor Editor-in-Chief, Journal of CSWB
Keywords: mental health, post traumatic stress, first responders

Abstract

Opening editorial dedicating Vol 2(2) of the Journal of CSWB to the healh and safety of police, first responders and human service providers who serve the needs of vulnerable and at-risk persons in our society.

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Author Biography

Norman E. Taylor, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of CSWB
In addition to serving as EIC of the Journal of CSWB, Norm is the President of the Global Network for Community Safety (www.globalcommunitysafety.com), Principal Advisor at Net-L3.com (www.netL3.com), and Co-Founder and Program Director of the CACP Executive Global Studies Program (www.cacpglobal.ca).  He also serves as a Senior Advisor to the Deputy Ministers responsible for CSWB in Saskatchewan and Ontario.  Norm is also a member of the CACP International Committee, and the CATA Cybercrime Advisory Council.
Published
2017-06-28
How to Cite
Taylor, N. E. (2017). The safety and well-being of everyday heroes. Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being, 2(2), 36. https://doi.org/10.35502/jcswb.48
Section
Editor's Introduction

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