Rob Briner is Professor of Organizational Psychology in the School of Business and Management at Queen Mary University of London. He tells me about the vital role of accountability in pushing evidence-based practice, the appeal of apparent simplicity and good intentions that can trap people in harmful responses, the three words managers can’t seem to say, and the idea of watchful waiting.
Jerry Ratcliffe is a former police officer and researcher who has authored numerous books on policing, crime reduction and evidence-based policing. He has taught officers from small town municipalities up to federal agencies, and worked with police departments from El Salvador to New Zealand. He lives and works in Philadelphia.
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