Date of Submission
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
Arthur Freeman, Ed.D., ABPP
Stuart Badner, Psy.D., Chairperson
Christopher Royer, Psy.D.
Steven Backels, Ph.D.
Employment in a law enforcement profession exposes an individual to potential stressors not experienced in most other professions. Sporadic efforts have been made to design stress management programs to assist officers in coping with the demands of their jobs. Much of the previous research on law enforcement stress has focused on examining the effectiveness of various coping skills; however, the training has focused on teaching a healthy lifestyle. This study seeks to add to the existing research by examining what elements of the job are perceived as the most stressful and what demographic variables, if any, may influence an individual's perception of work-related stress.
Jansen, Kathleen M., "Analysis of Demographic Variables and Levels of Stress in Law Enforcement Officers" (2004). PCOM Psychology Dissertations. 67.