Security in post-conflict zones is a priority. However, strategists find it difficult to understand how to keep low Public Order Incidents. System Dynamics and a Strategic Point of View were used to develop a frame to learn about Public Order Incidents applied to the Colombian Case. A Working Dynamic Hypothesis and Simulation Model were developed to advance understanding of the problem. It was discovered that Public Order incidents could be explained as consequence of a very limited perspective on a conflict. In conclusion, it is claimed that strategies on resources, like Members, produce oscillations in Public Order Incidents.
Key words: Public order, peace, Colombia, post-conflict.