The Stess Of Correction Officers

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History

 

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Anna T

 

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September 1, 2014

 

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University

 

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And that is how it is for Joe Blank, and all other correction officers, putting their lives, health (mental and physical) and relationships on the line. In the meda analysis, published in 2008 by William Morgan, a number of stressors, actually 32 primary and 10 major categories to be exact, were established that correction officers face on a regular basis...
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When reviewing the interview with Joe Blank and going over his history and then comparing all the data to that in Morgan’s analysis it is evident that Joe Blank’s troubles are really issues. Joe Blank is a forty year old family man, who always wanted to become a police officer. Though he never became a police officer he did become an officer that puts his life on the line everyday...
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