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Mindful : August 2017
With police violence—and public scrutiny— on the rise, cities turn to mindfulness to help officers deal with the stress of the job. By Barry Yeoman Photographs by McNair Evans GOOD COP, MINDFUL COP Lieutenant Fred Dauer of the Emeryville Police Department Field Services Division, after a patrol. Emeryville, a commercial hub located between Berkeley and Oakland, California, is one of many urban communities bringing mindfulness training to its first responders. August 2017 mindful 61 community