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The RIDE study: Effects of body‐worn cameras on public perceptions of police interactions
Criminology & Public Policy  (IF4.333),  Pub Date : 2020-07-28, DOI: 10.1111/1745-9133.12511
Alana Saulnier, Ryan Lahay, William P. McCarty, Carrie Sanders

During a brief interaction with motorists (i.e., a sobriety check), this study manipulated officer use (and declaration) of a body‐worn camera (BWC) (present; absent) while documenting participant BWC recollection (correct; incorrect) to assess effects on motorists’ perceptions of the encounter and of police more generally. Results (N = 361) demonstrate that perceptions of procedural justice were more favourable in the BWC‐present condition when the entire sample was included in the analyses, but that this effect was not significant when focusing on the subset of the sample that correctly recollected BWC use (though the pattern of the effect was the same in both analyses).