In this revised 2021 edition, recently retired Police Sergeant Darren Moor offers practical but humorous advice to Bobbies on how to maintain their health in such a bizarre job.
Written as a follow-on to his How To Survive Your Early Years In The Police Service for newer officers, Darren now turns his attention to the needs of the seasoned Bobby in this book crammed with useful information on how best to sleep, eat and exercise on 24/7 shifts, avoid infection and injury, how to maintain good mental health and relationships - especially after trauma, ethnic, female and good sexual health, fire and water safety, acid attacks, happiness, social media, eyesight and even teeth care.
Written in an irreverent, often mocking, style but combined with detailed medical information, and making use of help from experts in their field, this is the ideal book for the Bobby who wants to survive their career.
Also in this series. The precursor to this book …
How To Survive Your Early Years In The Police Service - Tips, Tactics and Humour For The Probationer And Beyond
And something for the partners of officers …
How To Survive Your Relationship With A Police Officer – A Practical Guide To Living With Your Bobby Or Bobbie