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Deconstructing Correctional Officer Deviance

Jeffrey Ian Ross
2013 Criminal Justice Review  
This article reviews the scholarly research that has been conducted on the problem of correctional officer (CO) deviance.  ...  In so doing, the author provides a typology of the categories of deviance and the variety of controls.  ...  piece of writing), and they are not presented or analyzed in any great detail' ' (p. 143) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0734016812473824 fatcat:aq72wch4tre2bd2dalowwqbmya

The Changing Face of Office Ergonomics

Lennart Dimberg, Jasminka Goldoni Laestadius, Sandra Ross, Ida Dimberg
2015 Ergonomics Open Journal  
Musculoskeletal pain has been an important issue over the decades among office workers.  ...  In this brief overview of some important aspects of these problems, the authors give hands-on suggestions on how to organize, monitor and address some of the aggravating factors.  ...  Meg Klekner whose original idea has been reworked in Fig. 14 related to the management of her ergonomics program.  ... 
doi:10.2174/1875934301508010038 fatcat:4spjf65erfcsjdjy6megfskepa

Congressional Budget Office

2001 ChoiceReviews  
Service offshoring appears to have been relatively intense for IT occupations, but the employment and wage trends in those occupations still compare favorably to U.S. averages.  ...  However, the current extent of service offshoring is very modest, both as a share of GDP and in terms of its contribution to aggregate labor market turnover and worker displacements.  ...  for individual occupations round out to a lesser uncertainty in total) was relied upon.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.38sup-642 fatcat:n7m4p4673jcijdh7ekgoszq3tu

TUTOR'S ROLE IN PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF THE POLICE OFFICERS

Alina Kudlay
2019 Continuing Professional Education Theory and Practice  
This УДК 378 Alina Kudlay TUTOR'S ROLE IN PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF THE POLICE OFFICERS The article analyzes the scientific literature, summarizes and systematizes pedagogically experience of the  ...  Therefore, the world has intensified the search for new educational models that best meet the needs of the individual and society (Kravtsov, 2008, р. 68) .  ... 
doi:10.28925/1609-8595.2019.4.3841 fatcat:cku4tztwhnenjfqwsyqfddluem

Problem officers? Analyzing problem behavior patterns from a large cohort

Christopher J. Harris
2010 Journal of criminal justice  
The policing literature offered little guidance for exploring problem behaviors over the course of officers' careers; therefore, the criminal career paradigm was employed as a means for framing and analyzing  ...  Using a retrospective, longitudinal data set gathered from a large police department in the northeastern United States, patterns of citizen complaints for a large cohort of officers were examined using  ...  In analyzing citizen complaints, all such complaints filed against officers were used.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcrimjus.2010.01.003 fatcat:gaet7yq4tzbnxpapkeo7wr7rpy

Elements and Structure of the Smart Lighting Design in the Office

Hyejin Yang, Younghwan Pan
2016 Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea  
We then analyze and develop a structure which reflects the relations among these factors from procedural perspective.  ...  Background: Due to the highly specialized usages of offices, the lighting system within offices also varies according to space, work, user, etc.  ...  Hence, office lighting not only lights up a room but also affects the work efficiency and condition of the individuals in it. With proper goals and intents, the complexity will increase.  ... 
doi:10.5143/jesk.2016.35.1.29 fatcat:t7rbznkaffdgpc7voxsog2flte

Educating Medical Office Staff: Enhancing Diabetes Care in Primary Care Offices

S. Celeste-Harris
2006 Diabetes Spectrum  
Acknowledgments The program described in this article was supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceutical Company  ...  All samples except the provider pre-and postprogram subsets (38 participants, 57% confidence) met this criterion. Data were analyzed using the SAS statistical software program.  ...  on the traditional model of CDEs personally teaching groups or individuals in outpatient settings.  ... 
doi:10.2337/diaspect.19.2.84 fatcat:brtgjde4rzfedesyaupl6thqy4

Modeling of maturity of gender-oriented project management office

Tetiana Fesenko, Anatoliy Shakhov, Galyna Fesenko
2017 Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies  
Проаналізовано теоретико-практичні моделі офісів управління проектами та базові принципи створення офісу гендерно-орієнтованого управління проектами (Gender-Oriented Project Management Office, РМОG).  ...  мейнстрімінг Проанализированы теоретико-практические модели офисов управления проектами и базовые принципы создания офиса гендерноориентированного управления проектами (Gender-Oriented Project Management Office  ...  Also, project and program management systems are analyzed in accordance with the global principles of gender equality in business (Gender Equality Principles, GEP) [20] .  ... 
doi:10.15587/1729-4061.2017.110286 fatcat:trjjbatmn5g6tlykrnp2gwiag4

REFRAMING THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS IN ORGANIZATIONS — THE TRANSACTION COSTS APPROACH

Claudio U. Ciborra
1987 Office Technology and People  
The traditional role of computer-based information systems is to provide support for individual decision making.  ...  Examples are given of MIS, data base and office automation systems, where both the organization and its information system were jointly designed.  ...  employees working in that office.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb022640 fatcat:knlodpmryjfopd27ncbcopfmqe

Proficiency Testing Performance in Physician's Office, Clinic, and Small Hospital Laboratories, 1994-2004

Daniel Edson, Laura Massey
2007 Laboratory medicine  
B Ba ac ck kg gr ro ou un nd d: : CLIA 88 was fully implemented for profiency testing (PT) by 1994, but, to date, few studies have examined the long-term impact of PT on performance in laboratories.  ...  Third, the data does not demonstrate trends in individual laboratories. Rather, it reflects performance trends in a changing population of laboratories.  ...  This data, which was presented as poster sessions at various symposia on quality issues in laboratory practice from 1995 to 2005, is summarized and analyzed here.  ... 
doi:10.1309/g5v2-3642-6080-h28p fatcat:t3e5q2ifurapnfbywtzptbr56a

Police Officer Response to the Injured Officer: A Survey-Based Analysis of Medical Care Decisions

Matthew D. Sztajnkrycer, David W. Callaway, Amado Alejandro Baez
2007 Prehospital and Disaster Medicine  
the county jurisdiction.Thirty-eight key actions were predetermined for nine injured officer scenarios, with each correct action worth one point.Descriptive statistics and t-tests were used to analyze  ...  In this post 9/11 era, development of law enforcement-specific medical training appears appropriate.  ...  The mean individual scores are listed in Table 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049023x00004970 fatcat:ughafsrlmrbkphcfuqy5usbtaa

Officer characteristics and racial disparities in fatal officer-involved shootings

David J. Johnson, Trevor Tress, Nicole Burkel, Carley Taylor, Joseph Cesario
2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
We highlight the need to enforce federal policies that record both officer and civilian information in FOIS.  ...  We report three main findings: 1) As the proportion of Black or Hispanic officers in a FOIS increases, a person shot is more likely to be Black or Hispanic than White, a disparity explained by county demographics  ...  In other words, whether a particular officer shows bias in any individual case is a different question than whether officers in general show bias.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1903856116 pmid:31332014 pmcid:PMC6689929 fatcat:65japl2smngcnd4lhhqe5wmhja

Proficiency Testing Performance in Physician's Office, Clinic, and Small Hospital Laboratories, 1994–2004

Daniel C. Edson, Laura D. Massey
2007 Laboratory medicine  
B Ba ac ck kg gr ro ou un nd d: : CLIA 88 was fully implemented for profiency testing (PT) by 1994, but, to date, few studies have examined the long-term impact of PT on performance in laboratories.  ...  Third, the data does not demonstrate trends in individual laboratories. Rather, it reflects performance trends in a changing population of laboratories.  ...  This data, which was presented as poster sessions at various symposia on quality issues in laboratory practice from 1995 to 2005, is summarized and analyzed here.  ... 
doi:10.1309/6ev4qt8119du7lxe fatcat:iiqvorjs6zbufkyucuwolshn7m

Office-by-example: an integrated office system and database manager

Kyu-Young Whang, Paula Sweeney, Vance Waddle, Moshé Zloof, Art Ammann, Anthony Bolmarcich, Maria Hanrahan, Guy Hochgesang, Kuan-Tsae Huang, Al Khorasani, Ravi Krishnamurthy, Gary Sockut
1987 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
Office-by-Example (OBE) is an integrated office information system that has been under development at IBM Research.  ...  In this paper we describe the facilities and architecture of the OBE system and discuss the techniques for integrating heterogeneous objects.  ...  ACM Transactions on Office Information Systems, Vol. 5  ... 
doi:10.1145/42196.42200 fatcat:vbuz4ffc3vdarccesm33vmw6ti

Professional Stress among Junior Commissioned Officers and Non Commissioned Officers of Indian Military Intelligence

2019 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
The present study focuses on the professional stress on work places among the Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs) and Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs) of Military Intelligence of Indian Army. 384 samples  ...  The leadership style needs to consider them in reducing stress. B.  ...  Out of which Non Commissioned Officers which accounts to the tune of nearly 62 percent and the rest 38 percent comprises Junior Commissioned Officers group.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.c4978.098319 fatcat:wadj6bzdlbdnhdbl7c7bjaruqm
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