Kuidas politseipoolne ala- ja ülereageerimine asjakohasemaks muuta

Siinviidatud vabelevis oleva teksti vastu võiks huvi olla kõikidel, kes tegutsevad siseturvalisuse valdkonnas. Eriti teraselt võiks lugeda politseijuhid ja poliitikakujundajad, sest siinviidatu kajastab otsustusvaldkondi, mis tegelevad nii turvalisuse kui politseiprofessiooni arengutega.

Kontekstiks:

“From the assassination of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Nara, Japan to the slaughter of school children in Uvalde, Texas, police around the world were widely blamed in 2022 for under-policing, defined as failures to prevent harm. From the 2020 murder of George Floyd in Minnesota to the 2021 Vigil for Sarah Everard in London, police lost legitimacy for over-policing, defined as causing harm disproportionate to the harm they were trying to prevent. As the pace of both kinds of “signal failures”1 seems t” (Sherman, 2022, p. 2)

Kas utoopia?

“As the most important guardians of freedom, the police duty is  to apply the best science to every decision, so that police can strive to make “just right” decisions as a matter of routine, including rare events.” (Sherman, 2022, p. 3)

Kolm T-d:

“The main emphasis in that Lecture is on the role of the three “Ts” of evidence-based policing: targeting, testing, and tracking in a continuous effort to keep patterns of policing “just right.”” (Sherman, 2022, p. 3)

Kuidas oleks võimalik eksimusi vältida?

“The key point is that there can be a science of signal failures bringing disrepute upon policing. That science, like the science of automobile crashes, can provide a useful platform for systematic post-mortems (Perrow, 1999).” (Sherman, 2022, p. 4)  […] “So, there can be such a science. Whether there will be such as science depends on the kind of people who are reading this essay.” (Sherman, 2022, p. 4)

Lugemishuvi suurendamiseks:

“The long-term solution to building data technology to serve science is to do what the UK Home Office (analogous to the US Department of Justice) has done.” (Sherman, 2022, p. 5)

Sherman, L. W. (2022). “Just Right” Policing: A Job for Science. Cambridge Journal of Evidence-Based Policinghttps://doi.org/10.1007/s41887-022-00080-z