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We’ve partnered with The Salvation Army this year for a Christmas Toy Drive – Sharing with The Shield! Bring or ship new, unopened toys for children ages birth-2 years and 9-12 years to FMRT Offices located in Asheville, Charlotte, Greenville, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem by December 14th!  Lend a hand in ‘Sharing with The Shield’ this holiday season!

The Importance of Critical Incident Appointments with an FMRT Psychologist


Critical incidents, such as shootings, accidents, and other traumatic events, are common in public safety and can profoundly impact the mental and physical health of the persons involved. FMRT is here to help! Leaders must continue to prioritize the mental health of their officers and provide them with the necessary support and resources to cope with the aftermath of critical incidents.

The FMRT Group recommends that those directly involved be scheduled a 1:1 session within 48-72 hours of the incident and have a three-month follow-up with a culturally competent psychologist. FMRT provides specialized services for employees’ mental health maintenance, including wellness appointments and resilience training. By working with FMRT, safety-sensitive employers can offer their employees tools to cope with the stressors of their job and assist them during critical events.

When you require a wellness appointment or want more information about wellness guidance, please call us at 336-761-0764, and one of our client support team members will assist you.

Thank you again for putting your trust in FMRT!


Elizabeth Morris, M.A.


Phone: 336-761-0764 ext. 1011

Email: elizabeth@fmrt.org 

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Reminder: Automated F-3 

As a reminder, we offer an automated NC F-3 for NC departments, which can be easily accessible through the FMRT Online portal. If your agency has been using the paper form and would like to begin utilizing the automated version, please follow the instructions below:

  • Use this link: www.ncf3.com/.
  • Sign up for an account if you do not already have one.
  • Click on either “Police F-3”, “Sheriff F-3”, or “PHS.”
  • On the next page, enter the last four digits of your SSN and then click “continue.”
  • Enter the position(s) and agency name of “Alamance County Communications” to which you are applying (the names will pop up after you begin typing).
  • After your online F-3 is complete, you will receive two options.
    • Print – you are allowed unlimited printing of this completed F-3.
    • Pay – if you select this option, you will be prompted for payment information. This is not required, but a good choice if you need to access your F-3 in the future to edit or apply to another agency.

Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going

  • April 21 – 25
    • NCSA Spring Meeting, Wrightsville Beach, NC
  • April 26
    • Mecklenburg Peer Support Team Training, Charlotte, NC
  • April 26
    • NCACP Region 6 Training Meeting, Lumberton, NC
  • April 27 – 28
    • NC FBINAA Spring Meeting, Raleigh, NC
  • May 2
    • Durham Police Department Peer Support Training, Durham, NC
  • May 9
    • NCACP – Region 5 & 7 Training Meeting, Apex, NC 
  • May 12
    • FMRT Spring Training, Raleigh, NC 
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