The Color of Guilt & Innocence: Racial Profiling and Police Practices in America
An objective, research-based examination presented from the perspective of victims, civil rights advocates, and the police. Discusses racial awareness in formative years; use of race to fight crime, drugs, and terror; police response to racial profiling accusations; special interest groups and legislative efforts to end the practice; effectiveness of data collection programs; use of race in law enforcement policies and practices. Incorporates statistics, studies, case law, interviews, discussions. Presents innovative solutions to end racial profiling. Original.
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