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Dying for the job : police work exposure and health

Author: John M Violanti
Publisher: Springfield, Illinois : Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Ltd., [2014]
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Since the first and second editions of this book, there have been extensive changes in the private investigative sector. The Internet and technological advances have revolutionized how investigators work cases. Today, private investigators have computer access to diverse sources of information, and communication and photographic technologies have reached levels inconceivable not many years ago. This third edition  Read more...
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Dying for the job
Springfield, Illinois : Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Ltd., [2014]
(DLC) 2013030943
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John M Violanti
ISBN: 9780398087739 0398087733
OCLC Number: 858749794
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Chapter 1 POLICE WORK MAY BE HAZARDOUS TOYOUR HEALTH: AN EXAMINATION OF HARMFUL PHYSICAL WORK EXPOSURES; Chapter 2 HEALTH DISPARITIES AMONG POLICE OFFICERS; Chapter 3 CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN LAW ENFORCEMENT; Chapter 4 RISK OF CANCER INCIDENCE AND CANCER MORTALITY AMONG POLICE OFFICERS; Chapter 5 SHIFT WORK AND HEALTH CONSEQUENCES IN POLICING; Chapter 6 STRESSORS AND ASSOCIATED HEALTH EFFECTS FOR WOMEN POLICE OFFICERS; Chapter 7 POLICE SUICIDE: A DETRIMENTAL OUTCOME OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WORK EXPOSURES. Chapter 8 VULNERABILITY TO WORK-RELATEDPOST TRAUMATIC STRESS: FAMILY AND ORGANIZATIONAL INFLUENCESChapter 9 PROTECTIVE ATTRIBUTES: RESILIENCE IN POLICING; Chapter 10 POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER SYMPTOMS, PSYCHOBIOLOGY, AND COEXISTING DISORDERS IN POLICE OFFICERS; Chapter 11 TREATING TRAUMAIN LAW ENFORCEMENT; INDEX.
Responsibility: edited by John M. Violanti, Ph.D., . Department of Social & Preventive Medicine, School of Public Health & Health Professions, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Buffalo, New York.

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Since the first and second editions of this book, there have been extensive changes in the private investigative sector. The Internet and technological advances have revolutionized how investigators work cases. Today, private investigators have computer access to diverse sources of information, and communication and photographic technologies have reached levels inconceivable not many years ago. This third edition guides the reader through these new and essential investigative techniques. From the beginning, the authors explain the various needs of the investigator and then show how to apply th.

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