Updated: Jul 20, 2019
At Merseyside Police Head Quarters.
No Duff UK
30th November 2018 saw the Dean Owen return to Liverpool after 9 years of being medically retired from Merseyside Police, prior to this Dean was in Royal Tank Regiment, Merseyside Special Constabulary, HMP Altcourse Prison Custody Officer/Dog Handler, Merseyside Police Regular Constable. He is now a manager at a branch of the RSPCA.
Dean Enjoys all things motorcycle especially Harley Davidsons. Dean was medically retired from Merpol back in 2009 after being diagnosed with serve/chronic PTSD. On the above date Dean speaking freely to multi-agencies but his mental health, how he continues with his battle with PTSD in the hope it would help others out there. He created a No Duff face book group which was invite only due to sensitivity of the group. Here he found that a number pf personnel from various services were to frightened to attend their respective OHU departments for fear of being taken away from their current roles and placed on restricted duties. There were other horror stories that Dean was to hear so he decided to form No Duff which can be found at www.no-duff.com
or on the helpline 07944440356. Often people are referred to the group by others who find it more easy to talk amongst fellow sufferers of Mental Health.
So far No Duff has been invited to talk about PTSD to:-
*Merseyside Police 30th November 2018
*RSPCA Animal Welfare Conference 3rd April 2019
*Merseyside Joint Communications Centre 17th May 2019
*Knowsley Council 15th June 2019.
Please drop No Duff a text 07944440356 or email email@example.com if you wish to book or invite No Duff to speak about PTSD and Mental Health from serviceman's point of view.
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