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    Stress and police officers

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    In a 2 page paper, discuss the definition of stress, where police officers most often encounter stress and how they most often respond to it.

    Describe what happens physically and emotionally in these events and what some methods are that police management can use to reduce stress and provide treatment?

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    http://www.stress.org/what-is-stress/
    http://icb.oxfordjournals.org/content/42/3/508.full
    http://www.policechiefmagazine.org/magazine/index.cfm?fuseaction=display_arch&article_id=3492&issue_id=92014

    discuss the definition of stress, where police officers most often encounter stress and how they most often respond to it.

    The definition of stress is any situation, encounter, or experience that requires the body to adapt to any demand for change. Police officers encounter stress every day whether it is because of life or death situations, angry motorists who have been given tickets, or domestic disputes that place officers' in highly stressful situations. Many officers respond to stress in negative ways by drinking heavily, ...

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