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Objective:We conducted an exploratory study testing procedural justice theory with a novel population. We assessed the extent to which police procedural justice, effectiveness, legitimacy, and perceived risk of sanction predict compliance with the law among people experiencing homelessness....
Objective:We examined whether variations in the strength of the evidentiary connection between a suspect and the crime under investigation affected officers’ decisions to place suspects into an identification procedure and whether education about the problems associated with base-rate neglect...
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