Flashcards in Pillar One: Building Trust And Legitimacy Deck (14)
Decades of research and practice support the premise that people are more likely to obey the law when they believe that those who are enforcing it have authority that is perceived as _________ by those subject to the authority.
law enforcement cannot build community trust if it is seen as an __________ force coming in from outside to impose control on the community.
Law enforcement culture should embrace a __________ —rather than a warrior—mindset to build trust and legitimacy both within agencies and with the public.
law enforcement agencies should adopt procedural justice as the guiding principle for internal and external _________ and practices to guide their __________ with rank and file officers and with the citizens they serve.
Law enforcement agencies should also establish a __________ of transparency and accountability to build public trust and legitimacy.
Law enforcement agencies should also proactively promote public trust by initiating positive ___________ activities to engage communities that typically have high rates of investigative and enforcement involvement with government agencies.
Law enforcement agencies should also ________ and ________ the level of trust communities have in police just as they measure changes in crime. This can be accomplished through consistent annual community surveys
law enforcement agencies should strive to create a workforce that encompasses a broad range of _______ including race, gender, language, life experience, and cultural background to improve understanding and effectiveness in dealing with all communities
__________ just behavior is based on four central principles:
1. Treating people with dignity and respect
2. Giving individuals “voice” during encounters 3. Being neutral and transparent in decision making
4. Conveying trustworthy motives
__________ procedural justice refers to practices within an agency and the relationships officers have with their colleagues and leaders.
_________ procedural justice focuses on the ways officers and other legal authorities interact with the public and how the characteristics of those interactions shape the public’s trust of the police.
Research on internal procedural justice tells us that officers who feel _________ by their supervisors and peers are more likely to accept departmental policies, understand decisions, and comply with them voluntarily.
It is important to understand that a key component of external procedural justice—the practice of _________ and _________ policing—is built on understanding and acknowledging human biases,11 both explicit and implicit.