Six Thinking Hats: An example

Now the Blue hat thinks the other side of the arguments should be heard
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The costs
Lost opportunities of putting police resources elsewhere
Warns against revenue streams as it creates dependency on wrong-doing
Speeding policy can damage the car and lorry economy, if extensive and people kept collecting points and fines
Puts otherwise well meaning people into trouble
Bad public relations when police need co-operation from public
Speed checking equipment attracts attention away from the road
Speed bumps damage cars: compensation claims
Speed bumps slow emergency vehicles
Road conditions vary in the day, fixed speed cameras are too inflexible

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