EPISODE 76

Dr. Daniel Blumberg on the Moral Risks of Policing

Oct 31, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

Cecil Burch

Dr. Blumberg shares research about the moral risks in policing and how they affect decision making and leadership.

Dr. Daniel Blumberg is a licensed clinical psychologist and professor who has spent over 30 years working with several large law enforcement agencies in the realm of pre-employment screenings, management consulting, and services related to police officer wellness, ethics, and resilience. His research has shined a light on many of the moral risks that affect those of us in law enforcement: what they are, how they are related to critical incident stress, and what the implications are for police leaders and trainers. Mike’s conversation with him is wide-ranging and covers things like organizational behavior and culture, leadership and management principles, integrity, and more. 

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