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NCJ Number: 126450 Find in a Library
Title: Police Management -- Stress Management: A Selected Bibliography
Author(s): A G White
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: Vance Bibliographies
Monticello, IL 61856
Publication Number: ISBN 1-55590-713-X
Sale Source: Vance Bibliographies
P.O. Box 229
Monticello, IL 61856
United States of America
Type: Bibliography
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Stress is an important problem in the police profession.
Abstract: Police have begun to re-evaluate their problems and needs: for professionalism and restraint; ways to control the stresses that all too often lead into alcoholism, family problems, and suicide; mechanisms to train recruits in the changing attitudes and legal frameworks of American society; productivity; and the application of general management principles. As a result of occupational stress, police have a high incidence of alcoholism, broken marriages, domestic violence, and suicides. The public should be made more aware of the problems of police officers and how they can help.
Main Term(s): Police occupational stress
Index Term(s): Behavior under stress; Police stress training; Police training resources
Note: Public Administration Series: Bibliography -- P 2373
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