‘I’ve seen this on CSI’: Criminal investigators' perceptions about the management of public expectations in the field

@article{Huey2010IveST,
  title={‘I’ve seen this on CSI’: Criminal investigators' perceptions about the management of public expectations in the field},
  author={Laura Huey},
  journal={Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={6},
  pages={49 - 68}
}
  • Laura Huey
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal
  • Police perceptions as to the influence of CSI and similar forensic and/or police procedural television programs on public expectations of the investigative process in the field is the focus of the present study. Through qualitative interviews with 31 members of Canadian police forces, I explore the question of whether police investigative personnel view media representations of their work as negatively influencing public expectations, thereby creating a source of occupational role strain for… CONTINUE READING
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