This paper aims to validate Organizational Justice Scale (OJS), prepared by Colquitt’s (2001), for the employees working in a security service organization in India, using exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis. The scale was validated using data collected from employees working in a government security organization. Concurrent validity and discriminant validity were checked using the scales of Job Satisfaction and Political Interference, respectively. Colquitt's OJS was corroborated. The Indian version of the scale supported four dimensions of the variable for researchers, academicians, and practitioners to utilize. The OJS four-factor model was found to be prevalent in the Indian context. The scale can be employed by future researchers and is likely to generate a reliable result. The scale has not been studied in India, especially in security organizations. Hence, this paper will assist future researchers in exploring the concept of justice in the Indian context or among security personnel.
Keywords: Organizational justice, Indian context, political interference, job satisfaction, police.