Saul Roth is living proof that experience matters. He is a resourceful, dedicated, and accomplished law enforcement professional with over 37 years of experience as a first responder and follow-up investigator. Saul has 22 years of experience in the Nassau County Police Department and 10 years of law enforcement in the NYC Department of Corrections, the NYC Transit Police Department, and the NYC Police Department. He also served 26 years in military service: active duty, reserves and National Guard.

Saul Roth’s exceptional interpersonal skills make him quickly able to establish rapport with people from diverse backgrounds on all professional levels.


Police Suicide – Analysis 6 – Saul Roth

Image Credit:  Jason Lawrence, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia CommonBy Saul Roth Family Stress Perhaps more than ever, families are experiencing stress. Many families have both mother and fathers working to support the family. Sometimes the rotating shifts can relieve some...

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Police Suicide – Analysis 5 – Saul Roth

Image Credit:  Dickelbers, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia CommonsBy Saul Roth Administrative Stress The term “rookie” is commonplace in police culture. It is always heard in police television shows and movies. Brooks and Piquero (1998) aptly explain how new officers try...

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Police Suicide – Analysis 2 – Saul Roth

Image Credit: Ryan Joseph Daley, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia CommonsBy Saul Roth Prior to committing suicide, people are usually depressed. Violanti (2008) found in his study of a mid-size police department that those officers experiencing depression had a higher rate...

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Police Suicide – Analysis – Saul Roth

Image Credit: I, I'm nonpartisan, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia CommonsBy Saul Roth I have uncovered many studies and articles concerning police stress and police suicide. From my experience of over 37 years as the law enforcement professional, I believe that many of...

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