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Resource Guide on Racial Profiling Data Collection Systems: Promising Practices & Lessons Learned
Deborah Ramirez, Jack McDevitt, & Amy Farrell. Law enforcement (LE) officers should not endorse or act upon stereotypes, attitudes, or beliefs that a personís race, ethnicity, or nat. origin increases that personís general propensity to act unlawfully. One way that LE agencies are addressing concerns & allegations regarding discriminatory policing is through data collection (DC). By the year 2000, more than 100 jurisdictions indicated that they had plans to collect data on traffic or pedestrian stops. This resource guide will encourage this type of voluntary DC. It provides an overview of the nature of racial profiling; a description of DC & its purpose; current activities in CA, NJ, NC, & Great Britain; & recommendations for the future.
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