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All occupations are associated with stress, but certain occupations are significantly more stressful than others. Stress is not always harmful. It is the individual's reaction to stress that determines the outcome, ie, whether the individual will adapt or become maladaptive. Individuals who feel they can control events or are in control of their lives are… (More)
The author who has lead in the planning and implementation of some of the most notorious trials and events, both in Canada and internationally, describes how such these experiences could be applied to focused high security planning in the health care industry.
In the closed society of a law enforcement agency, factors such as the conspiracy of silence, authoritarian supervision, and police discretion contribute to corruption. This article describes various types of corrupt behavior by police officers, reports the incidence of corruption in law enforcement agencies, discusses psychiatric conditions that may arise… (More)