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We can do better: Why men’s mental health is key to police suicide prevention

With 75% of all suicides by men, and trauma and mental ill-health acknowledged as significant issues for those within policing, suicide prevention among male police officers is increasingly recognised as an area where more needs to be done; freelance mental health specialist Toni White highlights some of the signs that forces and colleagues should be looking for, and the steps that need to be taken to support officers and reduce loss of life.

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