Cumulative career traumatic stress (CCTS): A pilot study of traumatic stress in law enforcement (Article, 2006) [WorldCat.org]
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Cumulative career traumatic stress (CCTS): A pilot study of traumatic stress in law enforcement

Author: Ellen K Marshall (Ph.D.) Affiliation: Criminal Justice Department, Delaware Technical & Community College, P.O. Box 610, Georgetown, Delaware, 19947
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology : The Official Journal of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, v21 n1 (200603): 62-71
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The present study measured the existence of traumatic stress symptomatology as reported by certified law enforcement officers within the State of Delaware. A questionnaire was devised which documented age, sex, race, education, years of service, marital status, children, rank, position, and shift work. The questionnaire was divided into parts which assessed the exposure and the frequency of specific traumatic  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen K Marshall (Ph.D.) Affiliation: Criminal Justice Department, Delaware Technical & Community College, P.O. Box 610, Georgetown, Delaware, 19947
ISSN:0882-0783
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 5649900129
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The present study measured the existence of traumatic stress symptomatology as reported by certified law enforcement officers within the State of Delaware. A questionnaire was devised which documented age, sex, race, education, years of service, marital status, children, rank, position, and shift work. The questionnaire was divided into parts which assessed the exposure and the frequency of specific traumatic incidents experienced in the line of duty, and the frequency of experienced traumatic symptomatology criteria: re-experiencing, numbing, and arousal.

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