Survey – LGBTIQ2S+ Perceptions of Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy

Lisa C. Updates

A Master’s Degree student in Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy at the University of Guelph is conducting a survey entitled:

LGBTIQ2S+ Perceptions of Procedural Justice and Police Legitimacy

And your insights are needed!

This survey is part of a research project focusing on LGBTIQ2S+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex, queer, Two-Spirit and more) individuals’ perceptions of police in Canada.

If you are interested in participating,

To be eligible to participate, you must

  • reside in Canada or have resided in Canada in the last 5 years,
  • be 16 years of age or older, and
  • identify with an identity under the LGBTIQ2S+ umbrella.

On completion of the survey, you will be given the option to enter into a draw for 1 of 10 $20 gift cards of your choice, to either Indigo, President’s Choice, or Amazon.

To learn more about this survey, follow the link below. It will be available to complete for one month: https://uoguelph.eu.qualtrics.com/…/SV_1ZUmKtPcPYRSfwp

Word of the Day:

Legitimacy: the state of being legal or lawful. Police legitimacy means people have trust and confidence in the police, accept police. authority and believe officers are fair.