By Thomas Lemmer. Published in the June 2021 issue of the FOP Journal by the National Fraternal Order of Police. What is “tragedy-free policing?”
It is a worldview that the police must proceed without taking any actions that could cause harm, without using force, and without ever making a mistake. Such a worldview is unrealistic. Demands for such a standard, “or else,” have harmed the police-community relationship, and weakened public safety. Read the full article below to learn more.FOP-Journal.June2021.TragedyFreePolicingOrElse-TheNeedForCriticalThinking.p36-39-1
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