A public safety sign in a New York City MTA station.

A public safety sign in a New York City MTA station.

We’ve grown accustomed to the slogan “See Something, Say Something.” It’s a reminder we hear over PA systems in public places and on signs posted at airports, on transit systems and in arenas. But with constant distractions pouring from our phones and a cultural habit of multitasking, it’s become harder to see all the danger of our surroundings –- not to mention opportunities to enjoy our surroundings. We consider ways to tap into our visual intelligence to better navigate the world.

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  • Amy Herman Author, "Visual Intelligence: Sharpen Your Perception, Change Your Life"

How Do Different Law Enforcers Encourage "See Something, Say Something"?

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