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📒Racial Profiling ✍ Deborah Kops
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : "Focuses on the debate surrounding racial profiling in the United States--including a historical look at criminal profiles and U.S. government initiatives like Japanese-American internment during WWII through to the modern anti-terrorist age--through scholarly opinions, statistics, and studies"--Provided by publisher.
📒Racial Profiling Controversy ✍ Brian L. Withrow
✏Racial Profiling Controversy Book Summary : One of the nation's leading racial profiling experts, Dr. Brian Withrow, who has successfully defended more police officers and agencies against racial profiling accusations than any other on record, spotlights: -Truths and misconceptions about racial profiling: What it is and what it isn't.-Steps you and your agency should take to avoid and defend against racial profiling accusations.-Advice for creating policies and procedures that protect against profiling problems and minimize legal risk.-Rare insights into strategies plaintiffs' attorneys use to build profiling cases against officers and agencies.No politics. No spin. Just real facts and proven solutions!
📒Racial Profiling ✍ Karen S. Glover
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : This book is a critical examination of mainstream research on racial profiling. Through qualitative analysis of interviews with people of color who have experienced racial profiling, it offers an alternative understanding of racialized law and the traffic stop as the manifestation of racialized law enforcement.
📒Racial Profiling And Discrimination ✍ Corinne Grinapol
✏Racial Profiling and Discrimination Book Summary : Although society has come a long way toward accepting all kinds of people, flagrant racial profiling and discrimination remain a harsh reality. This helpful book covers different types of discrimination, illustrated with real-life stories. Readers will learn what they can do if they experience racial profiling and are in the thick of the struggle to navigate the legal system. More importantly, they will learn what steps they can take to avoid getting into trouble in the first place. Readers will be guided through key elements of the justice system with an eye toward making a bad situation as bearable as possible.
📒Racial Profiling ✍ Steven J. Muffler
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : In recent years, racial profiling has drawn the attention of state and federal governments. In this book, racial profiling is defined as the practice of targeting individuals for police or security interdiction, detention, or other disparate treatment based primarily on their race, ethnicity, or national origin in the belief that certain minority groups are more likely to engage in unlawful behaviour. Assertions that law enforcement personnel at all levels unfairly target certain racial and ethnic groups, particularly but not exclusively for traffic stops and searches, have raised concerns about violations of the Constitution. The major debate on racial profiling centres on whether the practice should be prohibited entirely and whether data on traffic stops and searches should be collected to determine if the practice is occurring. This book presents the major issues, gathers available data, and analyses important to understanding on the most dangerous and divisive practices of our time.
📒Black And Mainstream Press Framing Of Racial Profiling ✍ Mia Nodeen Moody
✏Black and Mainstream Press Framing of Racial Profiling Book Summary : Racial profiling has been a controversial topic in civil right's dialogue for centuries beginning with the Negro Free Registry in the slave era, emerging again with the 1980s 'War on Drugs, ' and climaxing with the 2000 'War on Terror.' This study offers an in-depth overview of the evolution of racial profiling in the United States throughout these diverse periods. It specifically offers an in-depth examination of how mainstream and Black press newspapers framed the phenomena of 'racial profiling' three years before and after the September 11 terrorist attacks. It offers readers a peek at the various types of frames, ethnic groups, and sources that journalists chose in their quest to cover the issue. Moreover, it defines, compares, and contrasts the differences in Black and Mainstream media's coverage of the issue and the unique purpose that each media form serves. Finally, this work provides a brilliant example of a frame analysis carried to its full extent
📒Racial Profiling ✍ Michael L. Birzer
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : Many racial minority communities claim profiling occurs frequently in their neighborhoods. Police authorities, for the most part, deny that they engage in racially biased police tactics. A handful of books have been published on the topic, but they tend to offer only anecdotal reports offering little reliable insight. Few use a qualitative methodological lens to provide the context of how minority citizens experience racial profiling. Racial Profiling: They Stopped Me Because I’m ———! places minority citizens who believe they have been racially profiled by police authorities at the center of the data. Using primary empirical studies and extensive, in-depth interviews, the book draws on nearly two years of field research into how minorities experience racial profiling by police authorities. The author interviewed more than 100 racial and ethnic minority citizens. Citing 87 of these cases, the book examines each individual case and employs a rigorous qualitative phenomenological method to develop dominant themes and determine their associated meaning. Through an exploration of these themes, we can learn: What racial profiling is, its historical context, and how formal legal codes and public policy generally define it The best methods of data collection and the advantages of collecting racial profiling data How certain challenges can prevent data collection from properly identifying racial profiling or bias-based policing practices Data analysis and methods of determining the validity of the data The impact of pretextual stops and the effect of Whren v. United States A compelling account of how minority citizens experience racial profiling and how they ascribe and give meaning to these experiences, the book provides a candid discussion of what the findings of the research mean for the police, racial minority citizens, and future racial profiling research. Michael L. Birzer was recently interviewed on public radio about his book, Racial Profiling: They Stopped Me Because I’m ———!
📒Racial Profiling ✍ Tamra Orr
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : Analyzes racial profilling in the United States from a variety of perspectives.
📒Racial Profiling ✍ Laurie E. Ekstrand
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : Examines allegations that law enforcement members use race as a factor in deciding whether to make traffic stops, through analysis of the findings and methodologies of studies conducted on racial profiling and government data on motorist stops.
📒Racial Profiling ✍ David L. Hudson
✏Racial Profiling Book Summary : Examines racial profiling through several key aspects of the issue, including the war on drugs, the war on terrorism, and the immigration controversy.