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What is Procedural Justice?
Procedural justice is a concept that examines how police officers interact with members of the community. When the community views police officers as legitimate, they are more likely to comply with the law. They are also more likely to agree with the decisions and less likely to be aggressive or hostile toward police officers.
Researchers have found, repeatedly and across different ethnic groups and communities, that departments that practice these principles see increased public support, cooperation, and compliance with the law. In this way, these principles – cornerstones of procedural justice – are essential to police legitimacy.
Procedural justice is a set of four basic actions police officers can take to create trust and legitimacy.
- Treating people with dignity and respect.
- Giving citizens a voice during encounters.
- Being neutral in decision-making.
- Conveying trustworthy motives.