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Citizens' Perceptions of Distributive and Procedural Injustice During Traffic Stops with Police
This article examines the hypothesis that citizens' perceptions of injustice are based on normative factors (i.e., perceptions of equity and fairness) rather than instrumental factors (i.e., the
Policing mentally disordered suspects: a reexamination of the criminalization hypothesis
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Data is collected from two large-scale, multisite field studies of police behavior to examine the relationship between suspect mental health and use of arrest by police.
Examining the influence of drivers' characteristics during traffic stops with police: Results from a national survey
The factors that influence officer decision making after a traffic stop is initiated are examined using the Police-Public Contact Survey data collected in 1999. This investigation of police behavior
Further exploration of the demeanor hypothesis: The interaction effects of suspects' characteristics and demeanor on police behavior
Recent research has reexamined the hypothesis that suspects' demeanor affects police behavior. Reanalyses have supported this demeanor hypothesis, but none have considered the possible interaction
POLICE OFFICERS' ATTITUDES, BEHAVIOR, AND SUPERVISORY INFLUENCES: AN ANALYSIS OF PROBLEM SOLVING*
This paper examines the influence of officers' and supervisors' attitudes and priorities toward community policing and problem solving over the time officers spend conducting problem-solving
Theory and racial profiling: Shortcomings and future directions in research
The volatile political environment that surrounds the issue of “racial profiling” has led local and state police agencies across the nation to start collecting information about traffic and
Revisiting the Decision to Arrest: Comparing Beat and Community Officers
During the past 30 years, an expanding body of literature has evolved that examines the correlates of officers'decisions to arrest. This study extends this line of inquiry by investigating the
The Effects of Supervisory Styles on Patrol Officer Behavior
Do patrol sergeants' supervisory styles influence patrol officer behavior? This question is addressed by examining data collected for the Project on Policing Neighborhoods, a systematic observational
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