The Effect Of Organizational And Occupational Stress On The Health And Performance Of Police Officers

Authors

  • Anup Athawale, Dr. Sunowar Ameer

Keywords:

Police, Stress, Job, Custodial Violence

Abstract

The research explores the effect of organizational and occupational stress factors on the physical and mental well-being of police officers. Furthermore, it examines potential connections between heightened stress levels among officers and incidents of custodial violence, analyzing resulting behavioral changes, decision-making patterns, and the use of force during such situations. The research methodology adopted for the paper is qualitative descriptive analysis and reviewing relevant literature. This study aims to provide insights into stress-related challenges faced by police officers. The findings will contribute to evidence-based interventions, support mechanisms, and potential reforms within law enforcement. Future research directions could delve into specialized stress management techniques, innovative training programs, and structural enhancements to alleviate stress-related risks and promote a more effective and healthier police force.

Published

2023-09-10

How to Cite

Anup Athawale, Dr. Sunowar Ameer. (2023). The Effect Of Organizational And Occupational Stress On The Health And Performance Of Police Officers. SJIS-P, 35(3), 367–370. Retrieved from http://sjisscandinavian-iris.com/index.php/sjis/article/view/679

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Section

Articles