New York Times New York City Police Department Poll, January 2001
- The New York Times
- Archival Version (Subtitle)
- CBS News/New York Times Poll Series
AbstractThis special topic poll, conducted January 21-24, 2001, assessed respondents' opinions about the New York City Police Department (NYCPD). Inhabitants of New York City (NYC) gave their opinions on the way Rudolph Giuliani was handling his job as mayor, the way the police in NYC were doing their jobs, occupational dangers for the police, race relations and life conditions in NYC, and racial profiling and brutality against minorities by the NYCPD. Respondents were also asked whether the NYCPD was a good place to work, whether they wanted to join the NYCPD, and whether their parents and friends would approve if they wanted to become police officers. The survey investigated whether police officers were appreciated by their communities and vice versa, whether police officers showed respect toward society, whether respondents had been in situations where they felt in personal danger or safer because of a police officer, and whether the city should require the police force to live in NYC. Those polled were also asked about their employment status and school attendance, family financial situation, whether they had relatives/friends who worked in NYC as police officers, and whether they or their family members had been the victims of a crime in NYC in the last year. Background information on respondents includes age, gender, education, race/ethnic identity, religion, political party affiliation, political orientation, marital status, and household income.
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- DS1: Dataset
2001-01-21 / 2001-01-24Time period: 2001-01-21--2001-01-24
New York City
New York (state)
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Tyler, Tom R.. Procedural justice, legitimacy, and the effective rule of law. Crime and Justice: A Review of Research.Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. 2003.
Update Metadata: 2015-08-05 | Issue Number: 10 | Registration Date: 2015-06-15