I would agree but what CD says after this post makes a lot of sense and negates some of your reply.
Better they do more research and medical checking and from the military prior to hiring to see if there are any such issues.
I'm an advocate of treatment for things that make sense, and on the surface that certainly fits. Problem is, as soon as you offer such, you suddenly are placed in a position of ownership of the problem, then responsible and anything else the attorneys can pile on. The fact that an officer willfully CHOSE to become a LEO is suddenly forgotten in the foray and taxpayers are on the hook forever more.
I'm sure there are isolated cases where taking ownership is the right thing to do, but attorneys want a one size fits all solution usually and that doesn't make sense for the overall issue at hand. Even if you were to do it selectively, attorney vermin would continue for an all encompassing solution, and probably win out.
Once its determined we're ALL mentally ill, then they'll fight over what % of your brain is nutz and what % isn't for monetary compensation.