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Community Supervision Operational and Organizational Stress: White Paper

Accession Number: 033335
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Document

Community supervision officers work with individuals under supervision for a sustained period of time, placing officers in a situation where they are exposed to considerable stress and secondary trauma. While a great deal of research has been conducted on risk/need factors and supervision outcomes of individuals served by these agencies, less is known about community supervision officers themselves and how they manage the stress associated with their position. This White Paper examines the stress experienced by community supervision officers.

Please see related publications: Community Supervision Staff Trauma and Organizational Stress Needs Assessment (033336) and Community Supervision Staff Trauma and Organizational Stress: Summary of Findings (033337)

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Publication Year: 
2022
Length: 
33 pages
Sponsor(s): 
National Institute of Corrections (NIC) (Washington DC)
Accession Number: 
033335