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Title:Soočanje policistov s smrtjo in smrtno nevarnostjo : diplomsko delo visokošolskega študijskega programa Varnost in policijsko delo
Authors:ID Hrovat, Luka (Author)
ID Areh, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf VS_Hrovat_Luka_2023.pdf (682,77 KB)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:V diplomskem delu sem se osredotočil na stike policistov s smrtjo in smrtno nevarnostjo, kakšne posledice lahko ti stiki pustijo na posameznikih, na koga se prizadeti policisti lahko obrnejo v stiskah ter kakšni načini in metode so uporabljeni za lajšanje teh posledic. Policisti se v svoji karieri srečujejo s številnimi travmatičnimi dogodki, ki vključujejo neposredno ali posredno izpostavljenost smrti. Policijska kultura in širša javnost od njih pričakujeta čustveno odpornost in neomajnost, vendar se negativni občutki in travme, ki jih doživljajo, kopičijo ter lahko vplivajo na njihovo delovanje in splošno počutje. Ko so policisti osebno vpleteni v travmatične dogodke, je možnost za skrite in potlačene težave vedno prisotna. Neobdelane travme lahko privedejo do posttravmatske stresne motnje, samomorilnih misli ali zlorabe drog in alkohola. Kljub temu je v policijskih vrstah prisotna stigmatizacija duševnega zdravja, kar policiste posledično odvrača od iskanja psihološke pomoči. Za preprečevanje in obvladovanje teh težav je ključna pravočasna in individualno prilagojena pomoč. Ta se začne s primarno preventivo, ki se odraža na način izobraževanja pred dogodkom, da so ljudje bolje pripravljeni na krizno situacijo. Sekundarna preventiva (pogosto prepletena s primarno) je usmerjena v preprečevanje razvoja prilagoditvenih težav pri ljudeh, ki so bili izpostavljeni travmatskim dogodkom. Kot približek h kurativi se šteje terciarna preventiva, ki zajema psihoterapijo prizadetega policista. Pomoč nudijo psihologi, zaposleni v policiji ali ministrstvu za notranje zadeve, podporo policisti lahko iščejo tudi pri policijskih zaupnikih, ki imajo veliko operativnih izkušenj, dober ugled in spoštovanje pri drugih policistih
Keywords:policisti, smrt, soočenje s smrtjo, smrtna nevarnost, travme, pomoč, diplomske naloge
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:L. Hrovat
Year of publishing:2023
Year of performance:2023
Number of pages:VIII f., [49] str.
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-85466 New window
UDC:159.96:351.74(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:166354691 New window
Publication date in DKUM:29.09.2023
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Language:English
Title:Police officers' confrontation with death and life threatening situations
Abstract:In my thesis, I focused on the encounters of police officers with death and mortal danger, examining the potential consequences of these interactions on individuals. I explored who affected police officers can turn to in times of distress and the methods employed to alleviate the resultant effects. Police officers face many traumatic events in their careers involving direct or indirect exposure to death. The police culture and the general public expect them to be emotionally resilient and steadfast, but the negative feelings and trauma they experience accumulate and can affect their performance and general well-being. When police officers are personally involved in traumatic events, the potential for hidden and repressed problems is always present. Untreated trauma can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, suicidal thoughts or drug and alcohol abuse. However, there is a stigma attached to mental health in the police ranks, which in turn discourages police officers from seeking psychological help. Timely and personalized help is the key to preventing and managing these problems. This starts with primary prevention, which is a way of educating people before an event so that they are better prepared for a crisis situation. Secondary prevention (often intertwined with primary prevention) aims to prevent the development of adjustment problems in people who have been exposed to traumatic events. Tertiary prevention, which includes psychotherapy for the affected police officer, is considered a proxy for curative prevention. The assistance itself is provided by psychologists employed by the police or the Ministry of the Interior, but police officers can seek support from police confidants who have extensive operational experience, a good reputation, and respect from other police officers.
Keywords:Police, death, mortal danger, trauma, psychological assistance


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