He’s the ‘poster boy’ for PTSD, but Halifax police chief is now accused of hypocrisy



He’s the ‘poster boy’ for PTSD, but Halifax police chief is now accused of hypocrisy.
Halifax police Chief Jean-Michel Blais has called himself the “poster boy” for living with PTSD, describing the trauma of serving three UN tours in Haiti and his desire to become a leader in changing attitudes about mental health.

But for some within his own force, that story is wearing thin.

Those members are now openly criticizing Halifax’s top cop, accusing him of hypocrisy when it comes to his own officers who have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after Blais refused to approve some expensive treatments on the department’s dime.

Source: Youtube