Elise Sargeant
Elise Sargeant
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Procedural justice and police legitimacy: A systematic review of the research evidence
L Mazerolle, S Bennett, J Davis, E Sargeant, M Manning
Journal of experimental criminology 9 (3), 245-274, 2013
Legitimacy in policing: A systematic review
L Mazerolle, S Bennett, J Davis, E Sargeant, M Manning
Campbell systematic reviews 9 (1), i-147, 2013
Ethnicity, trust and cooperation with police: Testing the dominance of the process-based model
E Sargeant, K Murphy, A Cherney
European journal of criminology 11 (4), 500-524, 2014
Procedural justice and legitimacy in policing
L Mazerolle, E Sargeant, A Cherney, S Bennett, K Murphy, E Antrobus, ...
Springer, 2014
Collective efficacy as a task specific process: Examining the relationship between social ties, neighborhood cohesion and the capacity to respond to violence, delinquency and …
R Wickes, JR Hipp, E Sargeant, R Homel
American journal of community psychology 52 (1-2), 115-127, 2013
Community norms, procedural justice, and the public’s perceptions of police legitimacy
E Antrobus, B Bradford, K Murphy, E Sargeant
Journal of contemporary criminal justice 31 (2), 151-170, 2015
The importance of procedural justice and police performance in shaping intentions to cooperate with the police: Does social identity matter?
K Murphy, E Sargeant, A Cherney
European journal of criminology 12 (6), 719-738, 2015
A leap of faith? Trust in the police among immigrants in England and Wales
B Bradford, E Sargeant, K Murphy, J Jackson
The British Journal of Criminology 57 (2), 381-401, 2017
Neighborhood social ties and shared expectations for informal social control: Do they influence informal social control actions?
R Wickes, J Hipp, E Sargeant, L Mazerolle
Journal of quantitative criminology 33 (1), 101-129, 2017
Policing community problems: Exploring the role of formal social control in shaping collective efficacy
E Sargeant, R Wickes, L Mazerolle
Australian & New Zealand journal of criminology 46 (1), 70-87, 2013
Promoting police legitimacy among disengaged minority groups: does procedural justice matter more?
NS Madon, K Murphy, E Sargeant
Criminology & criminal justice 17 (5), 624-642, 2017
Keeping it in the family: Parental influences on young people’s attitudes to police
E Sargeant, CEW Bond
Journal of Sociology 51 (4), 917-932, 2015
Social identity and procedural justice in police encounters with the public: Results from a randomised controlled trial
E Sargeant, E Antrobus, K Murphy, S Bennett, L Mazerolle
Policing and society 26 (7), 789-803, 2016
Community variations in crime: A spatial and ecometric analysis wave 3
L Mazerolle, R Wickes, A Cherney, R Zahnow
Policing and collective efficacy: the relative importance of police effectiveness, procedural justice and the obligation to obey police
E Sargeant
Policing and society 27 (8), 927-940, 2017
The community capacity survey–face-to-face ethnic minority interviews: Methodology and preliminary findings
K Murphy, A Cherney, R Wickes, L Mazerolle, E Sargeant
ARC Centre for excellence in policing and security, 2012
Legitimacy and policing
E Sargeant, K Murphy, J Davis, L Mazerolle
Policing and Security in Practice, 20-36, 2012
Community variations in crime: a spatial and ecometric analysis wave 3: technical report no. 1 study methods and basic statistics
L Mazerolle, R Wickes, A Cherney, K Murphy, E Sargeant, R Zahnow
Brisbane: Australian Research Council, 2012
Why people comply with COVID-19 social distancing restrictions: Self-interest or duty?
K Murphy, H Williamson, E Sargeant, M McCarthy
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 53 (4), 477-496, 2020
Re-examining the normative, expressive, and instrumental models: how do feelings of insecurity condition the willingness to cooperate with police in different contexts?
E Sargeant, TR Kochel
Policing and society 28 (7), 823-840, 2018
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