"The Alcohol-related Workload of Patrol Officers" has been published in the current issue of Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, Volume 35, Number 1, 2012.
The article reports findings from Dr. Myrstol's research examining the intersection of citizen alcohol use and police patrol. Topics addressed include the prevalence of alcohol-related tasks performed by patrol officers, the amount of time patrol officers dedicate to alcohol-related tasks, the nature and contextual features of alcohol-related encounters, and the characteristics of citizens involved in alcohol-related incidents.
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