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Procedural Justice

 
Tom Tyler   December, 2012 - Procedural Justice
In this podcast, Dr. Tom Tyler, Macklin Fleming Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology at Yale Law School, discusses public perceptions of police, police legitimacy, and the concepts of procedural justice.
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Dr. T. Bowman   December, 2012 - Procedural Justice
In this podcast, Dr. T. Bowman, Deputy City Manager of the City of Arlington, Texas and former police chief of Arlington, Texas Police Department, discusses what procedural justice looks like in a law enforcement agency.
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Charlene Moe   July, 2011 - Procedural Justice
Procedural Justice is a key component for any jurisdiction hoping to develop rapport with the communities it serves. Charlene Moe shares how the curriculum she is developing will help law enforcement build stronger partnerships. She also explains what the four pillars of Procedural Justice are and how they can aid organizational change.
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