Outcomes of the National Police Research Platform
This e-book of the Journal offers a new perspective on police research and police practice through the lens of the National Police Research Platform (hereafter “the Platform”). The research reported here is part of the first generation of studies to emerge from the Platform – a program of research that has been in the developmental stage for more than a decade.
- Effects of police agency diversification on officer attitudes,Looking ahead to Platform 2.0: participant feedback and institutionalization,Organizational cynicism in policing: examining the development and growth of cynicism among new police recruits,Organizational justice and officer "buy in" in American policing,Police CEOs and subordinates’ perceptions of workplace misconduct: examining the effect of demographic similarity on attitudinal congruence ,Police culture: individual and organizational differences in police officer perspectives,Police supervision: perspectives of subordinates,Predicting procedural justice behavior: examining communication and personality,Putting H.E.A.R.T. into policing: a 21st century model for effective and fair policing,Sheriff’s deputies and police officers: comparing their views,The National Police Research Platform: advancing knowledge and practice in American policing,The police-community interaction survey: measuring police performance in new ways