Dr. Gilmartin is a behavioral scientist specializing in law enforcement and public safety related issues. Dr. Gilmartin’s book is Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement: A Guide for Officers and Their Families. He previously spent twenty years working in law enforcement in Tuscon, Arizona. During his tenure he supervised the Hostage Negotiations Team and the Behavioral Sciences Unit. He is a former recipient of the International Association of Chiefs of Police-Parade Magazine, National Police Office Citation Award for contributions during hostage negotiations. Dr. Gilmartin presently maintains a consulting relationship with public safety and law enforcement agencies in the US, Canada and Australia.
Dr. Gilmartin will speak about the challenges that Law Enforcement officers and their families face and how to cope and deal with these challenges to have a successful professional and family life.
Contact Info: Mark Sink at Mark_Sink@davidsondavie.edu or 336-224-4511