The thin blue line of health: Police contact and wellbeing in Europe
Increasing evidence suggests that even minor forms of contact with the criminal justice system—such as being stopped by police—may be implicated in po…
As assistant professor I’ve been astonished by the support of my senior colleagues. A great example is this paper that just came out co-authored with
in a special issue edited by
. Thank you both!
The thin blue line: Contact with the police, especially if perceived as "unsatisfactory", can negatively affect happiness and health.
Obviously, the direction of causality can well be the reverse.