This article is a snapshot of ongoing work and a growing national consortium of individuals advancing the well-being of correctional officers.
This series addresses the issue of corrections fatigue and how to deal with it by developing responses to daily stress and dangerous incidents.
This article describes strategies for dealing with correctional officer stress.
On June 10, 2015, the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) launched a national virtual conference on staff wellness titled "New Directions in Corrections: Staff Wellness."
This document describes the OJP Diagnostic Center's analysis and recommendations on correctional officers work-related stressors.
This is article covers how and why community corrections officers experience traumatic stress on the job and related efforts to address this problem.
This website provides resources to help juvenile justice professionals understand and provide trauma-focused services to youth.
This annotated bibliography provides information regarding traumatic and other high-stress exposure on corrections staff health and wellness.
This paper presents an evidence-supported model and framework for the comprehensive understanding of occupational threats to corrections workplace health and functioning as well as a data-driven and evidence-based strategy for addressing them.
This report explains what contributes to correctional officer stress and how correctional agencies can help to reduce this stress.