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Stress and Policing By Jennifer Brown

Stress and Policing
by Jennifer Brown

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This is an overview of the sources and consequences of stress experienced by police officers. Reference is made to traumatic incident stress and its effects as well as the more routine operational duties or organizational duties that may result in an officer's inability to cope with the job.
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Stress and Policing: Sources and Strategies by Jennifer Brown

A critical assessment of available evidence on police stress featuring a detailed discussion of stress experiences of women, homosexual and ethnic minority officers. Examines the role of routine stressors and highlights stress problems associated with major trauma incidents. Documents treatment for post traumatic stress disorder and pinpoints risk factors. Includes a review of the latest research in Britain, North America and Australia.

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About Jennifer Brown

Jennifer M. Brown Research Department, Hampshire Constabulary, UK and Elizabeth A. Campbell Department of Psychology, University of Surrey, UK

Table of Contents

Routine stressors; traumatic incident stress; stress casualties; special groups in the police service; strategies for change; the individual; organizational and management aspects; cultural context.

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Stress and Policing: Sources and Strategies by Jennifer Brown
Jennifer Brown
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John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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