Preventing the next tragedy

This column describes how a fatal medical mistake at a respected Boston hospital eventually led to a much stronger focus on safety, risk reduction, and preventing future mistakes, at the hospital and now through a statewide center. The suggestion is to apply the same approach in policing and criminal justice, rather than limiting attention and passion to finding someone to blame after a tragedy, or near-tragedy, occurs.

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