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Fostering cooperation with the police: How do ethnic minorities in Australia respond to procedural justice-based policing?
Public cooperation with police is essential for the control of crime and disorder. Hence, understanding factors that shape public cooperation with the police is important. However, Australian and… Expand
Understanding Cooperation With Police in a Diverse Society
Past research has shown that procedural justice enhances an authority's legitimacy and encourages people to cooperate with them. However, this past research has examined legitimacy by focusing solely… Expand
Ethnicity, trust and cooperation with police: Testing the dominance of the process-based model
Some scholars question whether procedural justice is the key driver in promoting support for the police across all cultural contexts. In this study we examine the relationship between procedural… Expand
Crime Prevention: Principles, Perspectives and Practices
Crime Prevention: Principles, Perspectives and Practices provides a comprehensive, example-based overview of prevention theory and practice. Unlike other books, it argues that contemporary… Expand
Policing terrorism with procedural justice: The role of police legitimacy and law legitimacy
Research shows that procedural justice influences public cooperation with the police. However, it cannot be assumed that factors that influence cooperation in general crime control also apply to… Expand
Do Policy Makers Use Academic Research? Reexamining the "Two Communities" Theory of Research Utilization
Academics and policy makers in many Western countries are perceived as occupying separate communities, with distinct languages, values, and reward systems. However, data from a survey of more than… Expand
Procedural Justice and Legitimacy in Policing
Introduction.- Effective Approaches Using the Principles of Procedural Justice.- Use of Research Evidence.- Barriers to Implementation.- Mechanisms that Help Translation.- Conclusions.
Prevention without politics?
The State of Victoria pioneered the late-modern `rediscovery' of community-based crime prevention in Australia when it implemented a Good Neighbourhood Programme in 1988. Loosely based on France's… Expand
What Influences the Utilisation of Educational Research by Policy-Makers and Practitioners?: The Perspectives of Academic Educational Researchers.
In the field of education much has been made of the need for academics to engage more closely with policy-makers and practitioners in the process of knowledge production and research uptake. This… Expand
Academic–industry collaborations and knowledge co-production in the social sciences
- Adrian Cherney
- 1 December 2015
Academic–industry collaborations are seen as a way to improve the translation and uptake of social science research. The ideal model is that of knowledge co-production, which regards effective… Expand