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Gender differences in burnout among municipal police sergeants
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to compare the levels and predictors of burnout between female and male sergeants in a large municipal law enforcement agency. Design/methodology/approach – This study used surveys ...
Coping, Confidence, and Change within the Academy: A Longitudinal Look at Police Recruits
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014)
This study is based on surveys of police recruits representing four agencies across the United States. The recruits were surveyed at the beginning and end of their academy training and asked about coping strategies and the ...
Job-Related Burnout Among Civilian and Sworn Police Personnel
(SAGE Publications, 2013-03)
Employee burnout can affect workers’ health, motivation, and job performance, and speed staff turnover. In law enforcement, burnout has been attributed to a variety of job-related, organizational, and personal factors, ...
Determinants of Police Strength in Large U.S. Cities During the 1990s: A Fixed-Effects Panel Analysis
(SAGE Publications, 2012-05)
The 1990s represented a unique decade in which to analyze the determinants of police strength in the United States. This decade was a time in which crime initially increased then substantially decreased. Further, this ...
Effects of police agency diversification on officer attitudes
(Oxford University Press, 2016-10-30)
Purpose: In light of recent calls to increase the diversity of America’s police, this research examines the impact of agency and leadership diversification on officer job satisfaction and reported perceptions of fairness ...