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At APComm we are passionate about supporting the wellbeing of our members.

In 2021, APComm surveyed Heads of Communications to obtain an understanding of the current pressures faced by them and their teams.

Following this research, the APComm executive has renewed its commitment in its 2022-23 business plan to have an increased focus on wellbeing as a priority objective.

Since then, APComm has run a series of wellbeing sessions for police communications teams covering the following:

  • Managing personal resilience and life balance
  • Tips for managing the wellbeing of teams
  • Coping strategies for wellbeing and resilience
  • Don’t let stress beat you

We are currently working on a bespoke police communicator wellbeing handbook with the police wellbeing service, Oscar Kilo, which we hope to publish soon.

In the meantime, we would encourage our members to access the wellbeing support provided by Oscar Kilo.

Access the Police Communicators wellbeing toolkit here >

Access the Oscar Kilo resources >


We would also encourage members to take advantage of other opportunities available via their APComm membership, including the opportunity to network and share challenges at one of our many events, buddy up with peers, or seek a mentor via the APComm Mentoring scheme.

New Heads of Communications, particularly those new to policing, can also benefit from the APComm induction pack. Please email one of the members of the APComm exec to receive your copy.