Citation: Feisya Andini, Job Stress Profile of Policewomen Occupying General Functional Positions (Policy Analysts) at Jakarta Metropolitan Police Region, Management Technology and Security International Journal, pages 470-487, http://doi.org/10.47490/mtsij.v3.i1.470487 Received on 1 June 2021, Accepted on 6 December 2021, Published on 21 February 2022
ABSTRACT One of the problems of career development in human resource management (HRM) at Jakarta Metropolitan Police Region is that there is an overload of the number of middle rank officers. There is an imbalance between the number of middle-rank officers and the availability of the number of structural positions in the organization. The study aims to discuss the job stress profile of midlle-rank policewomen at Jakarta Metropolitan Police Region who do not occupy structural positions and are posted in general functional positions commonly called policy analysts and how these policewomen policy analyst personnel deal with the job stress they experience. The results of the research reveal that the job stress is caused by organizational factors and personal factors. Besides, the job stress causes emotional and behavioral reactions. There are good stress (eustress), bad stress (distress), initially good to be bad stress, initially bad to be good stress and neutral stress. Factors affecting subjective appreciation of sources of job stress that cause stress reactions can be different, both internal and external. Female police anjaks of Jakarta Metropolitan Police Region manage the job stress using emotion-focused coping strategies, religious focused coping, and problem focused coping. The selection of coping strategies is influenced by the resources owned by the female police anjaks, including factors of health condition, self-concept, social support, economic assets, and spiritual.