Webinar: The Dissatisfied Police Officer

Police officers perform an increasingly difficult job. A variety of factors, including frequent exposure to violence, human indecency and a seemingly dwindling respect for law enforcement authority, play a critical role in generating chronic stress in officers. Research indicates chronic stress levels in police personnel directly impact job performance. Chronic stress can also have profound implications on the work-life balance of officers. Officers who lack effective stress coping strategies find themselves struggling with both their home and professional well-being; within this struggle, an officer may experience job dissatisfaction. This can lead to unhealthy or unsafe behaviors and may become a toxic influence to an agency workplace.

This session identifies key strategies to overcome officer dissatisfaction in an organization:

  • Prevention techniques will not only uncover indicators of life dissatisfaction in police applicants, but also explore areas within the organization which affect job satisfaction.
  • Identification strategies will discuss early detection of officer job dissatisfaction, causal factors, and possible origins.
  • Mitigation strategies to assist officers in restoring a proper work-life balance, and simple approaches to improve job satisfaction.

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About Our Presenter

Police Captain Shane Mcsheehy

Shane McSheehy

Captain of Eustis Police Department

Shane S. McSheehy has over 26 years of experience in law enforcement and is currently a Captain with the Eustis Police Department. He has also been an adjunct criminal justice instructor, international trainer, and a key note speaker. Shane is a committee member of the Florida Police Chiefs Association. He has published several articles in the Calibre Press and Law Enforcement Today. 

Captain McSheehy has a Master’s (MS) in Management and Leadership and in Criminal  Justice Administration. You can connect with Captain Shane S. McSheehy on LinkedIn. 

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