Code 9Events & Workshops


Code 9 SHARE Family Workshop

August 26th
9am - 5pm

Boone County Sheriff's Office
3000 Conrad Lane
Burlington, KY 41005

Command Staff Leadership Training

Oregon Peace Officers Association

October 4th and Oct 5th
8am - 5pm

Clackamas County Public Safety Training Center
12700 SE 82nd Ave. Clackamas, OR 97015
This training will fulfill your leadership requirements with DPSST. Attendees must be ranking command staff or supervisors in any law enforcement discipline, police/deputies, corrections, parole & probation and dispatch. To register: Avena Glock at (971) 218-7161 or

Flier Flier

2018 Women Working in Corrections Juvenile Justice National Conference

The conference will be hosted by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Correctional Peace Officers Foundation. CDCR operates the California prison and parole systems. Headquartered in Sacramento, it is the third largest law enforcement agency in the United States. The Correctional Peace Officers Foundation is a national non-profit charitable organization. Created in 1984, it supports the surviving families of correctional officers who lose their lives in pursuit of their chosen profession of protecting the public from those remanded to correctional custody and supervision in the nation’s prisons and jails.

October 15th, 2018

For more info and tickets click here.

Code 9 Project S.H.A.R.E. Training

Hosted by The Minnesota Fraternal Order of Police and Backing the Blue Line

2 Day First Responder Training: October 25th and 26th
1 Day Family Training: October 27th



The Code 9 Team will be attending POLICE WEEK 2018 May 12th -15th to honor those who have died in the line of duty as well as the officers who have died due to work related PTSD that resulted in suicide. The team will be wearing Code 9 Police Week shirts that will have a list of Officers that have died by suicide (at the request of their families) so that we may honor their lives and service at Police Week.

The Sacramento Law Enforcement Chaplaincy

Elk Grove Police Department and the Sacramento Sheriffs Depts hosted the Code 9 S.H.A.R.E. Command Staff, First Responder and Family Training during the week of March 5th – 10th 2018

Code 9 S.H.A.R.E. First Responder FAMILY workshops

Folsom State Prison

Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Documentary Screening: Friday August 18th, 2017 7pm-8:30pm
Family Workshop: Saturday August 19th, 2017 9am-5pm

Deuel Vocational Institute

Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Documentary Screening: Friday Sept. 15th, 2017
Family Workshop: Saturday Sept. 16th, 2017 9am-5pm

California Institution for Women

Family Workshop: Saturday Dec 9th, 2017 8am-4pm
for more info contact
Catalina Snead

Aransas Pass Police Department

Aransas Pass, Texas
Aransas Pass Civic Center
700 W. Wheeler Ave.
Aransas Pass, TX 78336.
Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Screening: Monday July 17th - 5pm
Command Staff Workshop: Tuesday July 18th and Weds July 19th 9am - 5pm
First Responders Workshop: Thurs July 20th - Friday July 21st 9am - 5pm
Family Workshop: Saturday July 22nd 9am - 5pm

Click here to register.

New York City Police Department

Code 9 Film Screening: May 15th
S.H.A.R.E. First Responder Workshops: 16th and 17th

Code 9 Project and Peace4Tarpon

S.H.A.R.E. Family Workshop: Saturday May 20th 9am - 5pm
St. Petersburg College Tarpon Springs Campus

For more information, contact Wendy Sedlacek at 727-741-2043

The Chamber of Commerce Kansas City Foundation

Kansas City Scottish Rite Temple
1330 Linwood Blvd, Kansas City
Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Screening: Wednesday April 19th
First Responder S.H.A.R.E. Workshops: Thursday April 20th and Friday April 21st
Family S.H.A.R.E Workshops: Saturday April 22nd

For more info and registration:

Code 9 S.H.A.R.E Workshops hosted by Mesa, Arizona Police Department

Code 9 S.H.A.R.E. First Responder workshops April 4th and April 5th - 9am - 5pm
Code 9 S.H.A.R.E Family workshops April 6th - 9 am - 5pm

Both workshops include the viewing of Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Documentary

This training is FREE but you must RSVP to attend
Please email Jennifer Penrose at

Cape and Islands EMS

Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Screening: Monday April 10th 2pm

S.H.A.R.E First Responder and Family Workshops

Code 9 Officer Needs Assistance Screening: October 3rd, 2016
First Responder: October 4th from 9am - 5pm and October 5th, 2016 from 9am - 4pm
Family Workshop: October 6th, 2016 - 9am - 5pm
October 7, 2016

Unity for Change Gala

CODE 9 PROJECT'S Unity for Change Gala

Honoring the Outstanding Efforts of Chief John Meza Raising the Awareness of Law Enforcement PTSD and Suicide Prevention
Also Honoring Deeann Griebel For Supporting The Code 9 Project
Friday, The Seventh of October Two Thousand Sixteen At Six o’clock in the Evening
SHERATON MESA HOTEL At Wrigleyville West 860 N. Riverview, Mesa AZ 85201

S.H.A.R.E First Responder and Family Workshops

Police Wives of Ohio

Kalahari Resorts
7000 Kalahari Drive
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
First Responder: Saturday December 3rd and Sunday December 4th, 2016 9am-4pm
Family Workshop: Saturday December 3rd , 2016

Individual - $15.00 | Couple - $20.00 | Family - $25.00

To Register, Visit the New Events tab at
For questions: email
April 4th, 5th and 6th

Mesa, Arizona

Command Staff, First Responder and Family Workshops

March 7th, 8th and 9th

Omaha, Nebraska PD and Fire

Code 9 screening, First Responder and Family workshops

Thursday January 21st 2016

Command Staff Training

10am – 4pm
Hinton Rural Life Center
2330 Hinton Center Road, Hayesville, NC 28904

Registration Fee $20/ Lodging available $40 per person double
Or $65 per person single
Call (828) 389-8336 or toll free (866) 389-8336
For workshop Registration or Lodging Registration

The Code 9 SHARE Movement and Stress Reduction Workshop at Florida State University on August 28 was a huge success! Participants learned simple and effective movements that take the edge off of stress and put a smile on their faces!

Code 9 S.H.A.R.E Movement and ‎Stress Reduction Workshops with Brandielee "Lee" Baker

Friday, August 28, 2015

Hosted by the Florida State University Police Department

830 West Jefferson Street
Tallahassee, Florida
Contact/RSVP: Officer Paul Peebles at

First responders know the impact that negative stress can have on them. Even worse, stress can aggravate and trigger P.T.S.D., depression, anxiety, and more. Offered separately from the full S.H.A.R.E. First Responder and Family two-day workshops, the Movement and Stress Reduction Workshops focus on restoring balance in the body through physical movement. Movement increases circulation and releases endorphins in the body, which lower stress and help to elevate your mood.

The physical and emotional benefits of movement are VERY important to first responders impacted by stress. These movement workshops introduce simple, yet effective routines that are easily incorporated into any lifestyle as a self-care regimen. The workshops are community oriented, fun, and they provide participants with safe and simple movement concepts for beginners and advanced participants.

Code 9 S.H.A.R.E 2 day Workshop for First Responders and Families

Mesa Police Training Facility
August 6th 9am - 4pm
August 7th 9am - 4pm

For more info on any of the events, please contact us at

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