Shooters Support

The Shooters Support group has a meeting at 7PM, every other Thursday (in the off pay weeks - if you're getting a paycheck that week there is no meeting) at the FOP

The Shooters Support Group is a fellowship of Police Officers that gather to support each other with the decision to use deadly force.  There are no dues or fees for membership.  We are not affiliated to any police department or treatment facility.  The meeting is completely confidential and is used to discuss the thought process surrounding a critical incident and resources available to the officer.

This meeting is run by Cops for Cops.  Officers who are involved in facilitating this group have been trained  by the Critical Incident Stress Foundation and the LEPSN.  The CISF is the nationwide leader in  developing training for Police and other first responders. 

Click here to access the Shooter's Support Group official Website.

Web Author's Note

Many officers have come to the Shooter's Group with questions about the 6th Commandment, "Thou Shalt Not Kill."  The original Hebrew translation is, "Thou Shalt not do no MURDER."  Learn about this and more by clicking on the following links:


The Law Enforcement Peer Support Network is a fellowship of men and women in law enforcement that have come together to assist police officers in moments of crisis and when peer support is needed.

Peer support is not a replacement for the other professional resources that are available.  Peer support occurs when people provide knowledge, experience, emotional, social or practical help to each other. 

Click here to access an article by Lou Campione.


Click here to learn more.


Information on Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) officers, who to contact, and when depending on region is accessible here.


Helpful videos can be found here.


For website inquiries, please contact Andy Callaghan at

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