Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
This Article, by Professor Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, analyzes the concept of procedural justice within the frame of contemporary policing. Using the shooting of Michael Brown as a catalyst, Hollander-Blumoff advocates for four potential areas of future development in procedural justice: (1) the interaction between the research on self-control and procedural justice; (2) research on the tools most effective in creating positive perceptions of fairness by police; (3) the implications of treating procedural justice not as a dynamic interchange; and (4) the role of reactive devaluation as it might affect reaction to procedural justice reform.
Rebecca Hollander-Blumoff, Procedural Justice and Policing: Four New Directions, 52 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y 067 (2016, corrected 2018), https://openscholarship.wustl.edu/law_journal_law_policy/vol52/iss1/10
Dec 11 2018 (withdrawn)
As originally published in 52 Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y 067 (2016)
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