Jocelyn E. Roland, Ph.D., ABPP is a licensed psychologist who is board-certified in Police and Public Safety Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. For the duration of her 26-year career she has specialized in providing psychological services to law enforcement, dispatch and fire agencies, currently serving over 60 departments primarily in Central California. Her practice includes confidential counseling, critical incident stress/post-shooting debriefing/intervention, preemployment psychological evaluations, fitness-for-duty evaluations, consultation to executives and managers, and is a member of multiple crisis negotiation teams and peer support/CISM programs. She provides training for agencies on a variety of topics, and has taught at sheriff’s academies focusing on law enforcement’s response to the mentally ill. She has authored a chapter on the role peer support programs in law enforcement in an edited text, and published articles on public safety. She will be the President of the American Board of Police and Public Safety Psychology beginning January 2020, and is a former Chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Police Psychological Services Section.