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Varghese, A. (2022), “Police interactions in post-colonial India: how particularistic accountability, legitimacy and tolerated illegality condition everyday policing in Delhi and Kerala”, Journal of Organizational Ethnography, Vol. 11 No. 2, pp. 162-180. https://doi.org/10.1108/JOE-12-2020-0057
Purpose The paper aims to relocate discussions on police stops and police interactions from the Anglophone world to the particularistic…Read more
Schaap, D., & Saarikkomäki, E. (2022). Rethinking police procedural justice. Theoretical Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1177/13624806211056680
While procedural justice theory has become the dominant paradigm in thinking about police legitimacy, it has several important weaknesses. First,…Read more
Sahin, N., Braga, A. A., Apel, R., & Brunson, R. K. (2017). The impact of procedurally-just policing on citizen perceptions of police during traffic stops: The Adana randomized controlled trial. Journal of quantitative criminology, 33(4), 701-726.
The process-based model of police legitimacy suggests, when police are perceived to make fair decisions and treat people with respect,…Read more
Hunold, D., Oberwittler, D., & Lukas, T. (2016). ‘I’d like to see your identity cards please’–Negotiating authority in police–adolescent encounters: Findings from a mixed-method study of proactive police practices towards adolescents in two German cities. European Journal of Criminology, 13(5), 590-609.
Next to exclusionary and discriminatory practices in other live domains, tense police–adolescent relations and the treatment of ethnic minority adolescents…Read more