The latest and most comprehensive guidance to diagnose, evaluate and treat the range of medical conditions that impact the health and wellness of law enforcement officers. Guidance is developed by the leading experts in prevention, medical treatment, medication, and fitness-for-duty and is cross-referenced to the latest medical literature.
An easy-to-use guide to the most common conditions impacting law enforcement officers in both field and office settings. Presents an understanding of self-health promotion and wellness activities, and a guide to understanding and managing work-related illness, injury, and return-to-duty.
A comprehensive and documented resource for understanding the medical and physiological conditions that impact performance of law enforcement officers. A guide to working with LEOs to navigate the steps needed to achieve a safe and timely return to work.
Welcome to
Guidance for the Medical Evaluation
of Law Enforcement Officers
The Guidance for the Medical Evaluation of Law Enforcement Officers (LEOs) is the first national consensus guidance for developing a comprehensive occupational health and safety program for police officers.
The guidance was developed by a diverse Task Group of physicians, police officers and executives, and municipal managers with input from content experts and advocacy groups that relate to topic areas. The initiative was first organized by the Public Safety Medicine Section of ACOEM.