A Policy that has Broad Implications for Law Enforcement and Society


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A Policy that has Broad Implications for Law Enforcement and Society
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Racial Profiling: A Policy that Has Broad Implications for Law Enforcement and Society
The concept and practice of racial profiling is a highly complex and controversial issue. Just the term “racial profiling” implies a strongly negative connotation as being, at its most fundamental level, using race as a determinant to judging whether or not a person is likely to commit a crime. The truth is, however, that racial profiling entails more than just using race as a mitigating factor for the police to use as part of their crime-fighting toolbox. Racial profiling as one crime-fighting technique has a complicated history and as such, it is important to...
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