The Politics of Establishing Reflexivity as a Core Component of Good Policing

@inproceedings{Wood2017ThePO,
  title={The Politics of Establishing Reflexivity as a Core Component of Good Policing},
  author={Dallas Wood and Emma J. Williams},
  year={2017}
}
This chapter presents an argument favouring reflexivity as an important component in establishing what it means to be a good police officer. The term reflexivity is used here to denote a fully developed and enhanced reflective practitioner as presented within Schon’s (1991[1983]) seminal contribution. We see an officer’s reflexivity improving the more he/she reflects upon a wide range of variables when dealing with policing matters. This includes reflecting upon past experiences and performance… CONTINUE READING

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