Psychosocial interventions for prevention of psychological disorders in law enforcement officers
There is evidence only from individual small and low-quality trials with minimal data suggesting that police officers benefit from psychosocial interventions, in terms of physical symptoms and psychological symptoms such as anxiety, depression, sleep problems, cynicism, anger, PTSD, marital problems and distress. No data on adverse effects were available.
Psychosocial interventions are widely used for the prevention of psychological disorders in law enforcement officers. This review assesses the effectiveness and comparative effectiveness of psychosocial interventions for the prevention of psychological disorders in law enforcement officers.
Adults, Both sexes (for groups of both male and female persons), Disability, Extreme violence/Accidents, Health, Injuries (all), Mental health, Non-communicable diseases (all), Orthopedic injuries, Other injuries, Protection