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Public Satisfaction With Police: Using Procedural Justice to Improve Police Legitimacy
Abstract Policing research and theory emphasises the importance of supportive relationships between police and the communities they serve in increasing police effectiveness in reducing crime andExpand
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Regulating More Effectively: The Relationship between Procedural Justice, Legitimacy, and Tax Non-Compliance
In recent years, a significant number of middle-income taxpayers have been making use of aggressive tax planning strategies to reduce tax. In many cases, it is unclear whether these are designed andExpand
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The Role of Trust in Nurturing Compliance: A Study of Accused Tax Avoiders
Why an institution's rules and regulations are obeyed or disobeyed is an important question for regulatory agencies. This paper discusses the findings of an empirical study that shows that the use ofExpand
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Public Satisfaction With Police: The Importance of Procedural Justice and Police Performance in Police-Citizen Encounters
A large body of literature has demonstrated that when authorities use procedural justice with those they regulate, people will be more satisfied with those authorities and will be more willing toExpand
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Officers as Mirrors Policing, Procedural Justice and the (Re)Production of Social Identity
Encounters with the criminal justice system shape people's perceptions of the legitimacy of legal authorities, and the dominant explanatory framework for this relationship revolves around the ideaExpand
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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 andExpand
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Does procedural justice matter to youth? Comparing adults' and youths' willingness to collaborate with police
Public cooperation with police is essential for the effective management of crime and disorder. Understanding factors that shape young people's willingness to cooperate and collaborate with theExpand
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Nurturing regulatory compliance: Is procedural justice effective when people question the legitimacy of the law?
Procedural justice generally enhances an authority's legitimacy and encourages people to comply with an authority's decisions and rules. We argue, however, that previous research on proceduralExpand
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Encouraging public cooperation and support for police
This paper explores how to increase public cooperation and support for police. To date, only a few studies have attempted to explore the role that procedural justice plays in shaping the public'sExpand
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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 solelyExpand
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