Research Report Procedural Justice in Homicide and Shooting Scene Response
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Jesse Jannetta, Mathew Lynch, Fernando Rejón, Susan Lee, Anamika Dwivedi, Sino Esthappan
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This report synthesizes findings from a scan of practice on police interactions with community members at homicide and shooting scenes, as well as from interviews with Oakland stakeholders on their experiences with homicide and shooting scene response. Drawing on interviews and focus groups with shooting survivors, family members of homicide victims, police personnel, and community partners in Oakland, California and across the US, this report offers guidelines for adopting a procedurally just approach to shooting scene response.
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