Research on Public Trust in the Police in Turkey 28 mars 2015Posted by Acturca in Turkey / Turquie.
Tags: Nur Kırmızıdag, police, TESEV, Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation
Nur Kırmızıdağ *
Research on Public Trust in the Police in Turkey, is based on survey data collected on a large-scale sample representative of Turkey. The report provides insights on perceptions of the public with regard to effectiveness/performance, legitimacy of the police and thereby lays bare the level of trust different segments in Turkey attribute to the police.
The report utilizes sophisticated statistical methods and, for the first time in Turkey comprehensive scientific models on police trust are being applied giving the opportunity to comparatively analyze the results.
* Nur Kırmızıdağ completed her bachelor’s degree in the department of Political Philosophy at Pennsylvania University and her master’s degree at Columbia University’s department of Human Rights and Anthropology. For six years, she worked with various human-rights organizations in Latin America. After working for three years as a researcher at the SETA Foundation, Kırmızıdağ now is completing her doctorate in political philosophy at Johns Hopkins University.
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