Governance, management and politics - To register a FREE account Click here

Procedural justice applies to all of policing, not just community police officers

Procedural justice refers to how the public’s interaction with police officers shapes their view of the police and their willingness to obey the law. Bedfordshire Police Stop and Search Panel Chair Montell Neufville says that, given its potential to reduce crime, procedural justice is relevant to all areas of policing.

This content is FREE to read if you have registered an account - no subscription is required.

Please SIGN IN, REGISTER a FREE account or for full access to all of our content subscribe to a plan below.

If your organisation has a corporate subscription please REGISTER a FREE account with your organisation email address for full subscriber access.

FREE registration

  • Selected Articles & Reports
  • Weekly Newsletter

FREE

REGISTER

Articles Only Subscription (Annual)

  • All Articles
  • Reports
  • Media Monitor
  • Hub
  • Weekly Newsletter

Our best value subscription for articles only access

£200 per 12 months

Premium Subscription (Annual)

  • All Articles
  • Reports
  • Media Monitor
  • Hub
  • Weekly Newsletter

Full access with our premium subscription plan

£600 per 12 months

Top