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Examining Organizational Change and Procedural Justice

An International Cross-Site Evaluation of Two Police Departments

Recent attempts at police reform have embraced theories of procedural or organizational justice. Organizational justice is the notion that how employees view their employers—as well as employees’ positions in the organization—will affect the way people behave in work-related contexts. In this way, if police employees view their organization as trea ...

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  • Jim Parsons
    Jim Parsons
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Dignity, Racial Justice, and Prosecution

Embracing human dignity; Correcting racial injustice; Reimagining prosecution

As the gatekeepers of the justice system, prosecutors wield a tremendous amount of power and are uniquely situated to stem the tide of mass incarceration and to ensure justice and fairness. While a wave of reform-minded district attorneys across the country are bringing increased awareness on both the need and potential for reform, true progress ca ...

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  • Jamila Hodge
    Jamila Hodge
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Serving Safely

The National Initiative to Enhance Policing for Persons with Mental Illnesses and Developmental Disabilities

Serving Safely is a national initiative designed to improve interactions between police and persons affected by mental illnesses and developmental disabilities. The initiative has offered free remote and on-site assistance to police departments and prosecutors’ offices through training, evaluation, and guidance specific to requesting agencies' need ...

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  • Leah  Pope
    Leah Pope
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