Law Enforcement Officers and Employee Assistance Programs

@article{Donnelly2015LawEO,
  title={Law Enforcement Officers and Employee Assistance Programs},
  author={Elizabeth A Donnelly and C. Valentine and Karen Oehme},
  journal={Policing-an International Journal of Police Strategies & Management},
  year={2015},
  volume={38},
  pages={206-220}
}
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 the well-established consequences of work-related stress on law enforcement, it becomes important to understand how officers are utilizing institutional support systems. Specifically, the purpose of this paper is to elucidate the relationship between officers and Employee Assistant Programs (EAPs). Design… Expand
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