Research Report Oakland Stakeholder Perspectives of Homicide and Shooting Scene Response
Jesse Jannetta, Fernando Rejón, Susan Lee, Anamika Dwivedi, Sino Esthappan, Mathew Lynch
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This report explores how stakeholders involved in homicide and shooting scenes in Oakland, California perceive their interactions with law enforcement and community partners. This study draws on interviews with shooting survivors, family members of homicide victims, Oakland Police Department officers, and community service providers and partner staff. It found that survivors and family members desired interactions with law enforcement officers and community partners that aligned with procedural justice principles, but they did not always perceive that they received it.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Neighborhoods, cities, and metros Children and youth Race and equity
Tags Victims of crime Racial and ethnic disparities Juvenile justice Delinquency and crime Policing and community safety Racial disparities in criminal justice
Policy Centers Justice Policy Center