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International Law Enforcement Officers' Hotline | AN OFFICER'S LIFELINE



“Cops understand Cops. We’ve been exposed to similar situations in our careers. Whether you’re active duty or retired and feel like no one understands what you're going through, we want to answer your CALL.”

COPLINE®  has earned the trust of the Law Enforcement community by providing active listening through a hotline by maintaining complete confidentiality as well as anonymity if the caller chooses. We train competent, confident, committed, and compassionate retired officers to engage with callers on the daily stressors officers and their family members experience.

Contact Us

Stephanie Samuels
501 Iron Bridge Road #6
Freehold, NJ 07728

Copline® is

a not-for-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to serving active and retired law enforcement officers and their loved ones. We provide 24/7, CONFIDENTIAL services for callers who are dealing with various stressors encountered both on and off the job. Whether it is just a "bad day" or a full blown mental health crisis, our retired and trained volunteers are here to listen, sit in the hole with the caller, and provide culturally competent resources.

Upcoming Events

Pedal for the Call

SEPTEMBER 24, 2023
Join the Harris County Sheriff's Office in bringing public awareness to the epidemic of police suicides. Help us raise money for the nonprofit CopLine organization in their efforts to provide crucial life-saving support to our men and women in blue.

Top Cop 2-Gun Championship

OCTOBER 7, 2023
The Athos Group, Summit Off Duty Services and RollKall are excited to announce the 2nd Annual Top Cop Shooting Championship in Houston, supporting CopLine®.

2023 CopLine® Fundraiser Golf Tournament

October 9, 2023

Plano, Texas

Suicide Research

  • Verifiable Data

    Dr. John Violanti analyzed suicide data between 1999-2013 (present data availability) and came up with a verifiable statistic from a Centers for Disease Control database- Police officers have a 54% higher probability for suicide than does the general U.S. working population- based on a sample of 5 million U.S. workers.

Head Injury Research

The role head trauma plays in the mental health of police officers is just now being studied. Most officers have not been diagnosed with concussions or TBI's but have had their “bell rung” countless times many of those times there have been no symptoms. Those hits are known as nonconcussive which all add up.

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Run for the Call, New Jersey and Virtual 2023
Top Cop 3 Gun Shoot, Texas 2022
CopLine Golf Outing, Texas 2022