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Procedural and Distributive Justice

Quiz by Jack Whalley

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  • Q1

    What are the four elements of procedural justice?

    Respect, Voice, Naturally, Decisions

    Voice, Fairness, Respect, People

    Neutrality, Respect, Trustworthiness, Voice

    Trustworthiness, Respect, Processes, Fair

  • Q2

    The idea of procedural justice was first introduced by Thibaut and Walker (1975)

    True or False
  • Q3

    What are the key findings from MacQueen and Bradford (2017) - 'Where did it all go wrong?'

    Communication breakdowns lead to misunderstandings about the aims of the study
    The ScotCET found the intervention to have negative effects on public opinion regarding the police

    The perceived legitimacy of the police was not affected

    Dominant aspects of police culture provided justification for officers to ignore study directives
    Successful implementation of policing research requires overcoming barriers associated with police culture

    Police officers implemented the ScotCET interventions according to the directives at all times

  • Q4

    Distributive justice refers only to the equal distribution of police officers

    True or False
  • Q5

    Will procedural justice always lead to compliance?



  • Q6

    When making decision, police will often use _______ to inform their practice...

    Users re-arrange answers into correct order
  • Q7

    In the context provided by Savigar-shaw et al (2021) - 'Procedural justice as a reward to the compliant: an ethnography of police-citizen interaction in police custody' - was it 'fair' to deny the person in custody (PIC) their voice being heard?

    No - because it's the PIC's fault they are there

    Yes - because the PIC would incriminate themselves through disclosure

    No - because everyone has the right to be heard under the notions of procedural justice

    Yes - because it is the custody officer's job


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