Pamela Kulbarsh

Pamela Kulbarsh, RN, BSW has been a psychiatric nurse for over 25 years. She has worked with law enforcement in crisis intervention for the past ten years. She has worked in patrol with officers and deputies as a member of San Diego's Psychiatric Emergency Response Team (PERT) and at the Pima County Detention Center in Tucson. Pam has been a frequent guest speaker related to psychiatric emergencies and has published articles in both law enforcement and nursing magazines.



The Untold Motives behind Suicide-by-Cop

Filicide: The Unfathomable Crime

Playing With Fire: Juveniles and Their Fascination

Understanding and Surviving Shift Work Sleep Deprivation

The Epidemiology of Suicide: Who is most likely to take their own life?

Coping with Losses during the Holidays

CDC Offers Guidelines for First Responders Related to Ebola Calls

CDC Offers Guidelines for First Responders Related to Ebola Calls

Cortisol: Law Enforcement Obesity, Chronic Stress, Death

When Heat Turns Deadly

Police Officers and Low Testosterone

Officer Down: Everything Changed in an Instant

Animal Hoarding

Phobic Disorders: What Do You Fear?


The Bucket List

Murphy's Laws for Law Enforcement

National First Responders Day

Cops & Superstitions

Cops & Superstitions

What Every Officer Needs to Know About Strokes

Is Sleepwalking Bad?

In-Custody Acute Alcohol Withdrawal

Blood Alcohol Levels and Blackouts

The Psychology of Terrorists

How to Survive a Heart Attack

The Shoplifters on Your Beat