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Disparate Levels of Stress in Police and Correctional Officers: Preliminary Evidence from a Pilot Study on Domestic Violence
New data from a prevention curriculum project on officer-involved domestic violence reveals significant differences in the reported job stress of Florida's correctional officers when compared toExpand
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Unraveling the Age, Prison Misconduct, and Recidivism Relationship
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Law Enforcement Officers and Employee Assistance Programs
Purpose – The toll of the stresses of policing on officers’ physical and mental health and on their individual work and family functioning has been well documented in the literature. Given theExpand
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Unpacking the relationship between age and prison misconduct
Age constitutes one of the most robust correlates of prison misconduct—younger inmates are more likely to commit infractions. Minimal theoretical or empirical attention, however, has been given toExpand
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PROTECTING LIVES, CAREERS, AND PUBLIC CONFIDENCE: FLORIDA'S EFFORTS TO PREVENT OFFICER‐INVOLVED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
In October of 2009, a police lieutenant in Florida murdered the mother of one of his children and then fatally turned the gun on himself. The tragedy brought into dramatic focus a phenomenon that hadExpand
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Through a computational lens: using dual computer-criminology degree programs to advance the study of criminology and criminal justice practice
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This article describes the need for dual computer-criminology degree programs and employs Florida State University’s program as an example of what these programs offer aspiring criminologists. Expand
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Correctional Officers and Domestic Violence: Experiences and Attitudes
This article presents the first statewide data regarding correctional officers’ attitudes about and personal experiences with domestic violence. Online surveys were administered to FloridaExpand
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The Nonlinear Effect of Informal Social Control on Repeat Intimate Partner Violence Victimization
Prior research has examined the effects of neighborhood context on intimate partner violence (IPV) with mixed results. While most studies find that neighborhood disadvantage is positively associatedExpand
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Prolonged isolation as a predictor of mental health for waived juveniles
Abstract Prior research has shown that solitary confinement (i.e., restricted housing, isolation, or segregation) exacerbates mental illness and individuals with no prior record of mental illnessExpand
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