This is an interesting website that has a lot of resources. The home page can be accessed here: https://trustandjustice.org/about/mission
Below are two very useful topics available on the website.
Procedural justice focuses on the way police and other legal authorities interact with the public, and how the characteristics of those interactions shape the public’s views of the police, their willingness to obey the law, and actual crime rates. Mounting evidence shows that community perceptions of procedural justice can have a significant impact on public safety.
There are Articles, PowerPoint presentations, Guides, and Tools available for training. See here: https://trustandjustice.org/resources/intervention/procedural-justice
Implicit bias describes the automatic association people make between groups of people and stereotypes about those groups. Under certain conditions, those automatic associations can influence behavior—making people respond in biased ways even when they are not explicitly prejudiced. More than thirty years of research in neurology and social and cognitive psychology has shown that people hold implicit biases even in the absence of heartfelt bigotry, simply by paying attention to the social world around them. Implicit racial bias has given rise to a phenomenon known as “racism without racists,” which can cause institutions or individuals to act on racial prejudices, even in spite of good intentions and nondiscriminatory policies or standards.
There are Articles, PowerPoint presentations, Guides, and Tools available for training. See here: https://trustandjustice.org/resources/intervention/implicit-bias