The Swedish National Police force (Rikspolisstyrelsen) has printed up 2,000 copies of a flash card game called Moral Match intended to teach *ahem* review ethical standards and principles to its members.

The game contains 110 cards. Roll a die, pick a question, all players reveal an agreement card indicating what they feel about the issue (red: don’t agree, yellow: partially agree, green: agree). Discuss, and then select agreement cards again to see if anyone changed their mind. 2 players minimum, 4-6 players suggested.

Police Union Chairman Jan Karlsen suggested to source that future pay raises may be predicated on having played the game. “If you want a raise in your salary, part of it comes through good ethical behaviour.”

Other Swedish public services, such as nursing and teaching, are considering using the game, as well. Not all reaction has been positive, however.