assistance programs are helpful, particularly where law enforcement is
concerned, as stress levels tend to be much higher than other professions.
This stress can originate from heavy workloads, where administrators and
detectives are concerned, to high intensity, dangerous calls for service.
Unfortunately, police officers are also among the most reluctant to use these
programs. Encouragement from supervisors and an emphasis upon the
confidentiality of such programs can be helpful. Read more about EAP’s
from the Department of Labor: http://1.usa.gov/1EqhbeB
do you think that police officers are less likely to seek assistance when they
likely need to?
just answer question in bold list reference thanks