This project involves discovering the positive and negative perceptions that the UNH student body has on the UNH police department. Classes of varying sizes were given surveys that contained demographic questions, as well as questions on participants’ perceptions of the local police force. Using survey analyses from the students attending the University of New Hampshire, conclusions were made about the perceptions and several characteristics that were found to be important. Important results were that UNH student class standing is unimportant in the perceptions of UNH police; males are more negative in their perceptions of the police than females; when misconduct does occur, negative perceptions do increase and that UNH students overall have positive perceptions of the UNH police.
Gaudreault, Adam and Riggs, Nathan
"University of New Hampshire Students' Perceptions of the University of New Hampshire Police Department,"
Perspectives: Vol. 2
, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholars.unh.edu/perspectives/vol2/iss1/11