Exploring the role of compassion satisfaction and compassion fatigue in predicting burnout among police officers

Konstantinos Papazoglou, Mari Koskelainen, Natalie Stuewe
2018 Open Journal of Psychiatry and Allied Sciences  
Objective: Prior research on police practices has highlighted the plethora of careers. Work-related demands, acute stress, and lack of organisational support cynicism. Prior research studies have consistently demonstrated burnout's burnout with compassion fatigue, compassion satisfaction, and years of experience. Setting: Data collection occurred in cooperation with the National Police of Finland, to participate. Participants: National Police of Finland (n=1,173). Main outcome measures:
more » ... on Satisfaction and Fatigue Test and demographics questions. Results: Data analyses indicated that most study participants (78.03% or n=945) reported low levels of compassion fatigue (r=0.76; p<0.01) and years of experience (r=0.10; p<0.01), but Furthermore, hierarchical linear regression indicated that years of experience, burnout. Conclusions: Authors discuss various interpretations, implications, and future research.
doi:10.5958/2394-2061.2018.00020.4 fatcat:qb4dlo2675b25hslxl2usk63f4