The majority of police detective officers reported some degree of secondary traumatic stress symptoms as they are frequently exposed to traumatized complainants. The secondary traumatic stress is a combination of physical, emotional, and spiritual depletion associated with caring for patients in significant emotional pain and physical distress. Research shows that there was a statistically significant relationship between the type of crime and secondary traumatic stress among the police detective officers in the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit. That is why Save the Children decided to help partners from law-enforcement to enhance their self-care and work more on their resilience and well-being in general. A consultant is expected to develop a Police Staff Welfare Program, and training program and based off to deliver Training for Trainers in well-being for representatives of law-enforcement from different parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.