Policing: An International Journal
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Small and rural police chief perspectives on human trafficking in PennsylvaniaJennifer C. Gibbs, Emily R. Strohacker, Jennifer L. Schally
Research on human trafficking largely focuses on large, urban areas, yet it is a problem in small, rural areas. Police in these areas must have the training to identify…
Perceived stress and mental health during the pandemic of COVID-19: an examination of Taiwanese police officersDoris C. Chu
This study aims to examine Taiwanese male and female police officers' perceived stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We do employ some morons”: police trainers' opinions on recruitment proceduresFay Rachel Sweeting, Terri Cole
Police training is in a period of transition, requiring new recruits to already have, or work towards, a policing degree. However, recruitment procedures have not…
Emotional labour and burnout among police officersBenjamin Hopkins, David Dowell, Joe Flitton
With rare research access to the police service in the United Kingdom, the authors investigate levels of burnout and the performance of emotional labour.
Documenting variability in operational and organizational experiences related to COVID-19 in Washington stateDavid A. Makin, Mary K. Stohr, Jacelyn Unger, Ethan Howell, Megan Parks, Dale Willits, Craig Hemmens
The paper examines “lessons learned” from the COVID-19 pandemic by capturing the organizational and operational experiences of police departments in the state of…
The relationship between spirituality and mental health among police traineesMu He, Jiahui Lu, Juliet Honglei Chen, Kwok Kit Tong
This study aimed to investigate the relationship between spirituality, including religious spirituality (i.e. supernatural beliefs) and secular spirituality (i.e. social…
Persistence of police legitimacy: understanding Asian American perspectivesStephanie Van Ha, Ivan Sun
The purpose of this paper is to examine Asian Americans' perceptions of the police, specifically how they construct support. Although such literature has been growing in…
An experimental look at reasonable suspicion and police discretionKyle McLean, Justin Nix, Seth W. Stoughton, Ian T. Adams, Geoffrey P. Alpert
This study aims to demonstrate the need for further examination of legal judgments and the exercise of discretion in policing.
Renamed from:Police Studies: Intnl Review of Police Development
Online date, start – end:1997
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
Merged from:American Journal of Police
- Professor Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich
- Professor Wesley Jennings