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 the police is important because young people are more likely than adults to come into contact with police. Research with adults suggests that police use of procedural justice is important for encouraging adults’ cooperation with police. This study examines the importance of procedural justice for fostering...[Show more]
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|Source:||Policing and Society: an international journal of research & policy|
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