Engaging Muslim communities to tackle radicalisation and violent extremism: What does the evidence say and what...
|Engaging Muslim communities to tackle radicalisation and violent extremism: What does the evidence say and what...|
Securitization VE Terrorism
Public trust and confidence in police is central to the capacity of police to control and prevent crime. Trust and confidence is fostered when police use procedurally just approaches in their encounters with citizens (see Jackson & Sunshine 2007; Reisig, Bratton & Gertz 2007; Sunshine & Tyler 2003; Tyler 2005) and when police are effective in controlling and preventing crime (Sunshine & Tyler 2003). Research in the US (see Tyler 2005), the UK (see Jackson & Bradford 2010), and Australia (Hinds & Murphy 2007; Murphy, Hinds & Fleming 2008), demonstrates similar patterns in the way individuals develop their perceptions of police.