Judith says police departments in Europe have been very open to this approach.

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Director off the Justice Collaborative Ori. She studies how people think about their relationship with police and other parts of the criminal justice system, especially when it comes to fairness. Our research shows that when people come to conclusions about The fairness of authority such as police, they care so much more about how they're treated by these authorities, as opposed to the outcomes that police produced. That kind of finding has led to police Department's trying to have better relationships with communities spend more time getting to know people do foot patrol here is Philadelphia Officer Bill Robbins, describing his approach talking to people talking to community to the store. Owner's Met a lot of great, you know. But Tracy mere says that's not what she's talking about. Many people take some of our research and think that you know policing can be carried out as it's always been carried out. And just tinkered along the edges right. Police simply should be more polite to people. That's not really the basis of our research at all. You know, the basis of our research, Frankly, is that policing needs to be done fundamentally differently focused on cooperation. And engagement with members of the public rather than trying to figure out how to use force. In a better a nicer way to really improve the relationship between the public and the police, Tracy says. You have to completely reframe what you think of as the role of police. We need to reverse. The

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