Center on Race and Social Problems

Procedural Justice for the Police and the Community

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The Center on Race and Social Problems hosted a special Summer Institute with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. Procedural Justice is a cornerstone for building long-term relationships between the police and the communities they serve. Procedural justice means day-to-day fairness inside and outside the organization. Chief Cameron McLay and his team shared the principles of procedural justice with community leaders – emphasizing how the concept is key for promoting positive change in local and national community-police relations. Kimberly Burke’s participation was sponsored by the National Initiative to Build Community

Introduction: Chief McLay

Jason Lando, Jeffrey Upson, and Cristyn Zett: Procedural Justice and Implicit Bias

Kimburly Burke: Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy: Understanding Neutrality, Race, and Implicit Bias

Panel discission: The Science of Justice.

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