Community-police relations have gained increasing public attention during the past decade. The purpose of the present study was to better understand the relationship between…
Policing scholars have largely ignored the workgroup dynamics of police command staffs. These officers work closely at the top of police organizations, promoting strategic…
Assessing the relationship between officers' broad cultural attitudes and their situational perceptions of firearm dangerLogan J. Somers, William Terrill
The focus of the current study is to assess whether officers' broad attitudinal orientations are linked with their situational perceptions of danger in various armed citizen…
This study aims to evaluate a promising community-oriented policing strategy called “front porch roll call” (FPRC), which involves conducting roll calls in public forums.
While a substantial amount of research has been conducted in western societies exploring public attitudes toward police (ATP) among immigrants in recent decades, the question of…
Perceptions of police ineffectiveness and street codes by nationality in South Korea: an application of Anderson's code of the street frameworkKiseong Kuen, Hyounggon Kwak, Kwang Hyun Ra
This study explores the applicability of Anderson's (1999) code of the street framework to an Asian context by examining the relationship between residents' perceptions of police…
Exploring police legitimacy and other factors in predicting cooperation with police in the Atlanta Korean American communityJiseun Sohn, Insun Park, Gang Lee, Sinyong Choi
Limited research exists on the perceptions of police within specific ethnic minority groups. The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the experiences of Korean and…
The purpose of this study is to explore the ideological gaps on police use of force.
Exploring the direct and indirect relationships between policing and citizen satisfaction in South KoreaJoon Tag Cho
The author explored the direct and indirect relationships between policing and citizen satisfaction, considering both the policing and neighborhood context at the regional level.
Research note – the connection of organizational justice views with Chinese police officer organizational commitmentEric Lambert, Jianhong Liu, Shanhe Jiang
Police officers' attitudes toward their employing organizations are impacted by officers' perceptions of justice within the organization itself, and these perceptions can affect…
The purpose of this paper is to examine Asian Americans' perceptions of the police, specifically how they construct support. Although such literature has been growing in recent…
Renamed from:Police Studies: Intnl Review of Police Development
Online date, start – end:1997
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
Merged from:American Journal of Police
- Professor Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovich
- Professor Wesley Jennings