IFP Psychologists Public Safety Research Publications
Current Trends in Psychological Fitness for Duty Evaluations. Schlosser, L. Z. (2022).
The Brief: Annual Wellness Visits. Promoting Officer Mental Health and Reducing Stigma. Schlosser, L. Z. & Gallivan, G. L. (2022).
Psychological Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations. Schlosser, L. Z. & Kudrick, A. A. (2021).
Stigma of Seeking Mental Health Treatment Among Police Personnel. Schlosser, L. Z. & Kudrick, A. A. (2019).
Opioid Use Disorder Among Police and Public Safety Personnel: What Law Enforcement Leaders Need to Know. Schlosser, L.Z. & McAleer, G.P. (2018).
Assessing Bias and Intolerance in Police and Public Safety Personnel. Schlosser, L.Z., McCutcheon, J.L., Bricker, M.E., & Stewart, C.O. (2017).
Community Caretakers: A Case Study in Changing the Culture of a Campus Police Department. Ominsky, P.L. & Schlosser, L.Z. (2017).
Read article published in The New Jersey Police Chief Magazine.
Unfit and Unfixable: A closer look at officers found unfit for duty with little chance of recovery. Schlosser, L.Z. & Guller, M.E. (2016).
Read article published in the Psychological Services journal.
Reasons for Choosing a Correction Career. Schlosser, L.Z, Safran, D.A, & Sbaratta, C. (2010).
Read article published in the Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
Who is Qualified to Provide Expert Testimony on the Psychological Fitness for Duty of a Police Officer? A Guide for Agencies, Lawyers and Hearing Officers (Guller, M.E. 2009).