Chris White, Safe Call Now Peer Advocate
Chris White has been employed with the Henderson Police Department since August of 1997. He worked Patrol for seven years and during that time, he worked as a Field Officer followed by Traffic Officer where he conducted fatal accident investigations. Chris then worked in Henderson's Training Bureau where he was responsible for not only in-serivce Training, but Academy instruction. Chris was later transferred to Investigations, which is where he currently remains.
Kevin Murphy, E.O.W. 10.5.2016
Officer Kevin Murphy began his career in law enforcement in 1991 with the Henderson Police Department. Since beginning his career he has served in areas such as Department Training Officer, Southern Nevada Regional Police Academy - Training and Counseling (TAC) Officer, D.A.R.E. Officer, Community Relations Officer and the City of Henderson Special Events Coordinator. In 2008, Kevin suffered a back injury leaving him with a permanent partial disability.
Safe Call Now is a CONFIDENTIAL, comprehensive, 24-hour crisis referral service for all public safety employees, all emergency services personnel and their family members nationwide.
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Michael Maini, Peer Advocate Coordinator
Michael graduated from Gonzaga University, with a degree in Psychology, and has worked in law enforcement for over ten years. Michael currently works for an agency in Southwest Washington. During his career Michael has worked various aspects of law enforcement including child victim crime investigations, major collision investigations and person crimes detective. Michael is a Drug Recognition Expert and DRE Instructor. Additionally, Michael has attended Crisis Intervention Training, multiple crisis and psychology courses for law enforcement and the Hostage/Crisis Negotiations course hosted by the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Michael has served as a SWAT Negotiator. In his free time Michael enjoys traveling and exploring new cultures.
Angee Bunk, Safe Call Now Peer Advocate
Angee has worked in public safety for 17 years as a dispatcher and communications center supervisor and has been a Safe Call Now volunteer for almost two years. She is happily married to a police officer in the beautiful state of Washington. Together, Angee and her husband enjoy traveling and spending time with their three dogs.
Safe Call Now is a resource for public safety employees to speak confidentially with officers, former law enforcement officers public safety professionals and/or mental healthcare providers who are familiar with your line of work.
MAKE A SAFE CALL NOW: 206-459-3020