Center on Race and Social Problems

Procedural Justice for the Police and the Community Summer Institute

06/29/2016
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The Center on Race and Social Problems hosted a Summer Institute with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police. Procedural Justice is a cornerstone for building long-term relationships between the police and the communities they serve through day-to-day fairness inside and outside the organization.

Chief Cameron McLay and his team shared the principles of procedural justice and implicit bias with community leaders – emphasizing how the concept is key for promoting positive change in local and national community-police relations.Kimberly Burke’s participation was sponsored by the National Initiative to Build Community Trust and Justice and is funded by the United States Department of Justice.

Printable Flyer for Procedural Justice for the Police and the Community