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Repeat exposure to stress leads to errors by officers, says US research

Repeated exposure to stressful incidents could trigger adverse events on duty, according to new research from the US.

EARLY TURN: The research in the US showed that repeated call outs increased the risk of officer injury

EARLY TURN: The research in the US showed that repeated call outs increased the risk of officer injury

Date - 12th September 2020
By - Chris Smith
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Burnout and pressure from control rooms to take new calls while still at the scene of an incident were among the issues raised by officers Analysis published by the University of Texas of three law enforcement agencies found repeated call-outs...
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