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Workload and job satisfaction at the police: community police officers, team managers C and HSM-employees; (Full text only available in Dutch)
In the collective labor agreement (CLA) of 2015-2017, the Directorate-General for Police, the National Police (NP) and the...
Follow-up study on the psychosocial health of Dutch police officers; (full text only available in Dutch)
The current follow-up study focuses on three issues that detail the original survey. Firstly, the follow-up study...
Professional resilience of police officers: a literature review; (full text available only in Dutch)
In this study a working definition of resilience will be developed on the basis of existing literature. Professional...
Costs of absence of employees due to domestic violence; (full text available only in Dutch)
Aggression and violence, posttraumatic stress and absenteeism in penitentiaries
The aim of the Judicial Penitentiary Service (DJI) is to gain insight into the possible effects of aggression and violence...
Agression and violence between employees and employees and supervisors
This partial report looks into mutual aggression and violence (OAG) among colleagues and supervisors in penitentiary...
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