Police Legitimacy and Citizen Coproduction

Calling the police has been called the most important decision in the criminal justice system. One view of citizen-police cooperation contends that citizens report crimes to the police because they perceive the police to be legitimate. Michael Zoorob discusses how shocks to institutional legitimacy shape demands for police services.

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