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    Probation Officers’ Stress and Burnout Associated With Caseload Events

    Lewis, K.R., L.S. Lewis, and T.M. Garby. (2012). Surviving the trenches: The personal impact of the job on probation officers. American Journal of Criminal Justice, Epub ahead of print April 23 DOI: 10.1007/s12103-012-9165-3 By Lori Whitten In 2010, more than 4 million adults in the United States were under probation supervision, according to estimates from the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Increasingly, the role of probation officers—the correctional professionals who supervise these individuals—has...
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