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Optimal resourcing : a longitudinal study of resources, work demainds, and psychological well-being in Australian frontline police officers

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362.18 DOLo
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Length:
65 p. ; 30 cm.
Publisher:
Adelaide, S. Aust.: University of South Australia
Year:
2009
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1
Abstract:
Seeks to assess the relationship between resources allocated to frontline police working in stations throughout metropolitan and regional SA, their ability to do their job (i.e. workload) and their well-being (morale, job satisfaction, level of distress). The study also sought to gain insights into the psychological risks to worker wellbeing associated with current resourcing, organisational and operational demands within SA Police - this understanding was seen as crucial to ensuring adequate resourcing for officers. Further, it was viewed as a crucial underpinning to the development of policies which enhance the occupational health and safety of the frontline police officers who bear the burden of protecting the South Australian community from crime and criminal behaviour.
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