IFP Psychologists in the News

  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by the Press of Atlantic City regarding police officer mental health and suicide. Click here for the article (May 2021).
  • Dr. Schlosser is appointed as the inaugural Chief Psychologist for the New Jersey Association of Chiefs of Police. Click here for the article (January 2021).
  • Dr. Schlosser and Deputy Chief William Mazur (Retired, Atlantic City PD) discussed alcohol abuse in the first responder culture for the Resilient Minds on the Front Lines resiliency resources. Click here for the podcast (October 2020).
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by Stephanie Samuels on psychological fitness for duty evaluations for law enforcement. Click here for the podcast (July 2020).
  • Dr. Schlosser presented on officer wellness to the Howell Township Police Department. Click here for the article (December 2019)
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by the Bergen Record and appeared on northjersey.com about real-life crime dramas. (February 2016)
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by NBC about the back-to-back shootings of two police officers. Click here to view the interview. (August 2015)
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by the Associated Press about the psychological firm responsible for screening Baltimore police officers. Click here for the article. (August 2015)
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Company about the escape of inmates Richard Matt and David Sweat from the Clinton Correctional Facility. (June 2015)
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by the Wall Street Journal about mental health at work following the Germanwings incident. Click here for the article. (April 2015)
  • Dr. Schlosser interviewed by the South Bergenite and appeared on NorthJersey.com about the importance of pre-employment screening of public safety personnel. Click here for the article. (March 2015)
 

IFP Psychologists Public Safety Research Publications

  • Psychological Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations. Schlosser, L. Z. & Kudrick, A. A. (2021). Click here for the article published in the Police Chief Magazine.
  • ‘You Have to See the Psych” – Reducing the Stigma of Seeking Mental Health Treatment Among Police Personnel. Schlosser, L. Z. & Kudrick, A. A. (2019). Click here for the article published in the Police Chief Magazine.
  • Opioid Use Disorder Among Police and Public Safety Personnel: What Law Enforcement Leaders Need to Know. Schlosser, L.Z. & McAleer, G.P. (2018). Click Here for the article published in The Police Chief Magazine.
  • Assessing Bias and Intolerance in Police and Public Safety Personnel. Schlosser, L.Z., McCutcheon, J.L., Bricker, M.E., & Stewart, C.O. (2017). Click Here for the article published in The Police Chief Magazine.
  • Community Caretakers: A Case Study in Changing the Culture of a Campus Police Department. Ominsky, P.L. & Schlosser, L.Z. (2017). Click here for the article published in The Police Chief Magazine.
  • Unfit and Unfixable: A closer look at officers found unfit for duty with little chance of recovery. Schlosser, L.Z. & Guller, M.E. (2016) Click here for the article published in The New Jersey Police Chief Magazine.
  • Reasons for Choosing a Correction Career. Schlosser, L.Z, Safran, D.A, & Sbaratta, C. (2010). Click here for the article published in the Psychological Services journal.
  • Who is Qualified to Provide Expert Testimony on the Psychological Fitness for Duty of a Police Officer? A Guide for Agencies, Lawyers and Hearing Officers (Guller, M.E. 2009). Click here for the article published in the Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
 
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