Rookie officers and police need to be studied, researcher says
UIC study will focus on their stressful first year to help improve force
By Angela Rozas
How are 5 percenters created? By 'effortful study,' report says
CHICAGO — The life of a rookie police officer can be a tough one. After training for months, the officers are sent out to face stresses, dangers and a world unlike anything they've known before.If they're second-, third- or fourth-generation officers, they could have even more expectations to live up to.
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