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This study examined a unique police studies intervention program by comparing two groups of youth-at-risk in two types of residential youth schools. The experimental group included 129 youths who had attended a police studies program, while the control group included 167 youths who had attended a different intervention program, without police studies. We hypothesized that the experimental group would have more positive perceptions of police legitimacy and distributive justice and higher levelsdoi:10.18357/ijcyfs114.2202019988 fatcat:pgrzywuvo5hjjhiyiv73cvnofq