Amid the societal, political, and legal attention for fair and impartial policing, effective interventions are scarce. At the same time, opposition within the police to participate in reform activities grows. This calls for innovative measures that are both effective and supported by police officers. Drawing on earlier studies on the added value of virtual reality (VR) in training and therapy, the Dutch Police developed an interactive VR simulation in which police officers in a series of different scenarios are tasked to deal with a situation. Afterwards, participants reflect on their choices with other participants. Two different studies reveal positive results in relation to developing more knowledge and constructive attitudes toward the subject of fair and impartial policing.