Procedural Justice  Transparency & Fairness Inside & Out

The notion that fair procedures are the best guarantee for fair outcomes is a popular one. Procedural justice is concerned with making and implementing decisions according to fair processes. People feel affirmed if the procedures that are adopted treat them with respect and dignity, making it easier to accept even outcomes they do not like.                                              Michelle Maiese​

   

Most Procedural Justice classes focus exclusively on theory and ideology,       our 8-hour class uses case studies, videos, and policy to show PRACTICAL APPLICATION of how Procedural Justice is applied within an agency and community. 

 

Objectives of One Day Class—

  • Understand Procedural Justice components: Fairness, Voice, Transparency, and Impartiality & their place in our profession and agencies
  • How Procedural Justice enriches the fundamentals of our profession, works around the world and with Community Oriented Policing
  • How to incorporate Procedural Justice core principles into all aspects of the organization: Hiring, Training, Discipline, Policies, Communication, Community Relationships, Resource Allocation, etc.
  • How Procedural Justice creates a better working environment, promotes officer safety and decreases citizen complaints
  • How Procedural Justice works with Risk Management to decrease department liability
  • How Procedural Justice bridges the gap between community members & creates a new, positive “Us Vs Them” with our citizens & the Law Enforcement profession 

 

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