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Title: Comparing Malta and USA police officers’ individual and organizational support on outcomes
Authors: Farr-Wharton, Ben
Azzopardi, Joseph G.
Brunetto, Yvonne
Farr-Wharton, Rod
Herold, Natalie
Shriberg, Art
Keywords: Police -- Job stress -- Malta
Police -- Job stress -- United States
Organizational behavior
Employees -- Psychology -- Comparative studies
Human capital -- Psychological aspects
Management -- Psychological aspects
Social psychology
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
Citation: Farr-Wharton, B., Azzopardi, J. G., Brunetto, Y., Farr-Wharton, R., Herold, N., & Shriberg, A. (2016). Comparing Malta and USA police officers’ individual and organizational support on outcomes. Public Money & Management, 36(5), 333-340.
Abstract: This paper investigates the quality of support for police officers in the USA and Malta to use as protection against stress. The authors found a significantly different organizational work context for police officers doing the same tasks. Police officers in both countries would benefit from upskilling in psychological capital and police managers require upskilling in management training as a means of increasing support for police to reduce the impact of stress.
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