Police actions matter

The procedural justice perspective argues that the public’s level of trust in police is mainly driven by how police treat people, including listening to them and being respectful. This article, however, based on research in two medium-size cities in New York State, indicates that people’s opinions of police are affected more by what police decide to do — arresting, searching, using of force — than simply by how they interact with people.



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