2012

 

Trust in Justice and the European Social Survey

On January 23rd 2012 Mike Hough and colleagues at LSE and the University of Oxford released their first report on the 'trust in justice' module in the Fifth European Social Survey.  The report, published by the ESS Central Coordinating tram at City University, sets out 'topline findings' from the survey for 20 European countries. People in the UK trust their police and the courts slightly more than average. The Nordic Countries, Germany and Switzerland tend to do better, but Eastern European countries and Israel generally score worse. Fair and respectful treatment by the police and the courts is an important predictor of public trust and perceived legitimacy.

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Gyateng, T., Kirby, A., Webster, R. and Hunter, G. (2012)

Assessing young people in police custody: An examination of the operation of Triage schemes

London: Home Office.

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Jacobson, J. and Kirby, A. (2012)

Public attitudes to youth crime: report on focus group research

London: Home Office.

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McSweeney, T. (2012)

Assessing the impact of a sustained drug law enforcement opeation in London

London: ICPR.

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Hunter, G. and Kirby, A. (2012)

Evaluation summary: Working one to one with young offenders

London: Prince's Trust.

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Jackson, J., Hough, M., Bradford, B., Pooler, T., Hohl, K. and Kuha, J. (2011)

Trust in Justice: Topline Results from Round 5 of the European Social Survey

London: City University.

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