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STRESUL ÎN INSTITUȚIILE POLIȚIEI
STRESS IN POLICE INSTITUTIONS

Author(s): Larisa Dimian
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Civil Law
Published by: Universul Juridic
Keywords: stress; communication; control; organisations; aggressivity;

Summary/Abstract: Stress is a natural and natural phenomenon. It is normal for a police institution to have various stress-related problems. Stress can go from various factors such as professional dissatisfaction, climate, family etc. The police institution is made up of individuals who develop social relationships and interaction patterns through communication networks and cooperative systems, individuals who are willing to cooperate with each other to achieve their goals. Law enforcement employees carry out their work in maximum constraint and emotional overload. They are told to act calmly, even when they are extremely tense. They are also drawn to the fact that, when they are nervous, they keep control of the situation and remain stiff when engaging emotionally. They have to interact with society, fulfilling their role properly, in a neutral and professional manner. The port of uniform and weapon makes them differentiate in society, and this segregation has multiple psychological effects that can induce passive impairment or duration of psychic functioning. As a result of the research, a policeman has a rather high stress level, and this is due to various stressors such as fatigue, routine, too much bosses etc. As the level of stress increases, higher aggressiveness, professional dissatisfaction, lower responsibility, and lower sociability appear. It should be mentioned that the present work has limits too, the subject can be analyzed in more detail in a future work.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 01
  • Page Range: 104-111
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: Romanian