When cops kill, agency focuses on ‘stress disorders’ for officer after ‘incident’

print A Chattanooga police manual says that after a cop kills a civilian, the department should take great care to spare the officer post-traumatic stress disorder and to insulate him from the public and the press. A three-page policy signed April 2015 by Chief Fred Fletcher says that PTSD reduction is a vital duty for the agency serving the city’s executive branch — that of the mayor. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 1240 AM 101.1 FM That office is held today by Andy Berke. His department’s euphemism for killing a civilian is “incident.” When city employees shot down Javario Eagle … Continue reading When cops kill, agency focuses on ‘stress disorders’ for officer after ‘incident’