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Correctional Officer Overtime Accrual, Payment, and Work Cycles

Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2017

28-day work schedule’s days are numbered

Tennessee Department of Corrections, 2017

12-Hour Shift Implementation - Revised

Arizona Department of Corrections, 2017

Overtime Work Hours, Health Behaviors and Health Outcomes for Correctional Officers: An Examination of Moderated Effects

Tubbs, Diana C., 2016

This study investigated whether the effect of healthy behaviors on health and wellness outcomes changed, depending on how much overtime work COs engaged in.

Work Cycles and Compensable Hours of Work

Texas Department of Criminal Justice, 2014

Staff Alternative Work Schedule

South Dakota Department of Corrections, 2014

The Department of Corrections (DOC) encourages supervisors to accommodate employees' scheduling requests through an alternative work schedule when possible.

The Shift Length Experiment: What We Know about 8-, 10-, and 12-hour Shifts in Policing

Police Foundation, 2014

The Police Foundation experiment was designed to test the impacts of three shift lengths (8-, 10-, and 12-hour) on performance, health, safety, quality of life, sleep, fatigue, alertness, off-duty employment, and overtime among police.

Document ID: 026963

Sleep Disorders, Work Shifts and Officer Wellness

Pearsall, Beth, 2012

The impact of sleep and work schedules on law enforcement officers' health and safety are reported.

Shifts, Extended Work Hours, and Fatigue: An Assessment of Health and Personal Risks for Police Officers

Violanti, John M., 2012

The primary purpose of this investigation was to examine police shift work exposure and the association of such exposure with adverse health outcomes such as disease, stress and depression.

The Impact of Shift Length in Policing on performance, Health, Quality of Life, Sleep, Fatigue, and Extra-Duty Employment

Amendola, Karen L., et al., 2011

In this report, we present data on the prevalence of compressed workweeks (CWWs) in American law enforcement in recent years and provide results from the first known comprehensive randomized experiment exploring the effects of shift length (8- vs. 10- vs. 12-hours) on work performance, safety, health, quality of life, sleep, fatigue, off-duty employment, and overtime usage among police officers.