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Procedural Justice Cooperation

Policing and Social Identity: Procedural Justice, Inclusion, and Cooperation Between Police and Public

Ben Bradford, from the University of Oxford, made a contribution to the 2012 Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, in the category “Crime and Society,” under the title “Policing and Social Identity: Procedural Justice, Inclusion, and Cooperation Between Police and Public”. Here is the abstract: This paper focuses one possible reason for – and outcome of – the riots. Procedural justice theory suggests that opinions of and ideas about the police are implicated in the formation of social identities in relation to the social groups it represents – nation, state and community. When people experience police unfairness this damages their sense of inclusion and value within these groups, undermines their willingness to cooperate with officers, and may promote alternate, oppositional, social identities. Data from a survey of young Londoners are used to show that perceptions of police fairness are linked to relevant social identities that, in turn, are associated with propensities to cooperate. This association appears stronger for people who felt they were citizens of a non-UK country.

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  • Article Name: Procedural Justice Cooperation
  • Author: Owen Stone
  • Description: Policing and Social Identity: Procedural Justice, Inclusion, and Cooperation Between Police and Public Ben Bradford, from [...]

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