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    Policing, procedural justice and prevention

    Hough, Mike and Jackson, J. and Bradford, B. (2017) Policing, procedural justice and prevention. In: Tilley, N. and Sidebottom, A. (eds.) Handbook of Crime Prevention and Community Safety (second edition). Milton Park: Routledge. ISBN 9781138851061.

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    Procedural justice is receiving increasing global attention both as a way of improving the legitimacy of policing and because styles of policing associated with procedural justice seem to be associated with improvements in community-police relations and reductions in crime. This chapter locates procedural justice theory within a broader framework of compliance theories, and summarises the main features of the theory. The authors have developed, refined and tested procedural justice theory in Europe and elsewhere, using the 2010 European Social Survey, and the chapter presents some key findings. The chapter concludes with a discussion of the practical and ethical issues in embedding principles of procedural justice in policing.


    Item Type: Book Section
    School: School of Law > Criminology
    Research Centres and Institutes: Crime & Justice Policy Research, Institute for
    Depositing User: Mike Hough
    Date Deposited: 04 Oct 2016 12:51
    Last Modified: 10 Feb 2022 15:13


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