There's an article in the New York Times that isn't actually supposed to about police. An academic study asked participants how often they experienced eight "workplace conflict scenarios." These are:
* Someone treating them unfairly
* Someone blaming or criticizing them for something that wasn’t their fault
* Someone failing to do the work that needed to be done, or doing it in a sloppy or incompetent way
* Someone getting annoyed or angry with them
* Someone gossiping or talking behind their backs
* Someone teasing or nagging them
* Someone providing unclear directions about work they needed to do
* Someone making too many demands
Er, isn't this every day in your average police department?
Though maybe the study is about policing. It says that conflict is highest with men who held supervisory roles in their early 40s.