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11 July 2022

Part 1 of 3: Fostering ‘Reflective Practice’ in Public Safety: Designing Law Enforcement Organizations to Innovate

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Original post can be found here: https://benzweibelson.medium.com/part-1-of-3-fostering-reflective-practice-in-public-safety-designing-law-enforcement-8cb45380d5e5

This is part of a working draft chapter for a major design book project and a collaboration between the following authors: Anders Westberg (Swedish Army, Police), Brett Bourne (retired Marine Special Operations), Joakim Sturup (Swedish Police), James Wetzel (former Police Chief & Marine Special Operations), and Ben Zweibelson (design theorist, retired Army Infantry). These authors have worked extensively in teaching, theorizing and practically applying systemic design toward complex security challenges to include real-world law enforcement, security and governmental challenges in international contexts. This chapter will be presented in three parts on Medium as the authors continue to shape and edit it for the final publication.

Image source online (public, open-source): https://twitter.com/tacticalporn/status/942351224120193024/photo/3
Image source: https://www.firerescue1.com/wildfire/articles/mann-gulch-revisited-a-world-turned-upside-down-PHb5vbr5zKfQWVpO/
Original source: https://www.theatlantic.com/photo/2019/11/photos-hong-kong-riot-police-lay-siege-university-occupied-protesters/602203/
Image source: https://www.mesapress.com/news/2013/03/14/police-called-for-apparent-assault-on-campus/#modal-photo
Image source: https://www.doi.gov/wildlandfire/hold-improve-balancing-risk-fight-fire-during-pandemic

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