This report explains what contributes to correctional officer stress and how correctional agencies can help to reduce this stress.
This program is the second of a two-part webinar, and covers the physical and emotional challenges faced by correctional personnel.
This document reviews the body of literature on the causes and effects of stress for COs, and describes the available research on CO wellness programs and their effectiveness.
This program is the first of a two-part webinar, and covers the physical and emotional challenges faced by correctional personnel.
This report explains the relationship between the levels of stress experiences by correctional officers and their opinion of inmates.
This report examines the use of a resilience training program for new-recruit police officers to help them alleviate job-related stress and trauma.
Depression, PTSD, and Comorbidity in United States Corrections Professionals: Prevalence and Impact on Health and Functioning
The purpose of this study was to estimate prevalence rates for depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and comorbid PTSD/depression in corrections professionals.
Florida Mortality Study: Florida Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers compared to Florida General Population
This study was conducted to determine if there is a difference in lifespan between law enforcement and correctional officers and the general public.
Issues surrounding stress in a correctional setting, like the effects, sources, and symptoms of stress, burnout, and coping strategies, are covered during this 6.5 hour course.
Correctional Staff Wellness: Making Choices Toward a Higher Level of Total Health and Well Being [Videoconference Held June 16, 2004]
This 3-hour program focuses on the importance of staff wellness in a correctional environment.