Politsei ja kogukonna suhe on turvalisuses keskne element. Ometi võib kohata hulgaliselt näiteid sellest, kuidas retoorika ja praktika lahknevad üsna reljeefselt. Siinviidatu vabalevis olev tekst võib olla kasulik neile, kes huvitet politsei ja kogukonna suhetest, infovahetusest politsei ja kogukonna vahel ning turvalisusest üldisemalt.
The willingness of members of the public to share information with the police is central to the operation of the criminal justice system. […] Our analysis demonstrates that public conﬁdence in the police is engendered by elements of not only procedural, but also interactional and distributive justice, which is of relevance to sharing information in person, over the phone or online.
We also argue that this public conﬁdence will lead, not only to a greater willingness among the public to comply (as tends to be the focus of much procedural justice literature), but also to share information with the police. We conclude that in addition to micro-level interactions, meso-level social processes, such as models of policing, can be useful in enhancing public conﬁdence.
Mitte see, mis on, vaid kuidas teised arvavad …
The current procedural justice approach to policing argues that when members of the public view the police as procedurally fair, police legitimacy, compliance with the law and cooperation with the police are all enhanced and conﬁdence in the police grows.
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Increasing professionalism and improving the image of the police were important to make sharing information easier and safer, according to Macedonian minorities, Croatian intermediary 04 and Estonian minority 02.
Aston, E. V., O’Neill, M., Hail, Y., & Wooff, A. (2021). Information sharing in community policing in Europe: Building public confidence. European Journal of Criminology. https://doi.org/10.1177/14773708211037902