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Winnie-the-Pooh and the art of reflective practice in policing

Data-driven performance management, local political accountability to PCCs, and the wild west of social media-driven accountability are just some of the factors that have had a disorientating effect on decision-making for UK frontline police officers; Ian Palmer, Academic Lead for Policing in the University of Central Lancashire’s School of Justice, believes the introduction of Schwartz Rounds and reflective practice could significantly improve officers’ decision-making processes.

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