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31. Sousa, W. H., Miethe, T. D., & Sakiyama, M.
(2017, March 21). “Inconsistencies in Public
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32. Existing studies paint a complicated picture of this area. Some evidence indicates
that “[n]on-White and younger respondents
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33. Additional evidence indicates that
incorporating procedural justice practices
into BWC policies improves community
member satisfaction significantly. See: McClure, D., La Vigne, N. G., Lynch, M., Golian,
L., Lawrence, D., & Malm, A. (2017, June 21).
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