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Over the years the relationship between the police and community of color has gone bitter do to racial profiling.

Racial profiling is immoral and does not increase public safety.

Obama Talks About His Own Experience With Racial Profiling

America’s society today tends to be tainted by racial profiling and stereotypes.
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Trayvon Martin's parents spoke only briefly at the event, sponsored by Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee and billed as a briefing on racial profiling and hate crimes. But they thanked the panel for a forum, so that as Trayvon's father said, his son "did not die in vain."

Black in America 2: Does racial profiling still take ..

Racial profiling or stereotyping could diminish how a certain race is viewed.
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Nietzsche’s error of imaginary cause is present in the treatment of Muslim Americans since 9/11 through prejudice in the media, disregard of Muslim civil liberties, racial profiling, violence, disrespect, a...

 

Racial profiling in Arizona? - HubPages

Most of the scholars who have discussed racial profiling do not deny its existence.
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More specifically, each of these vulnerable client strategies has implemented changes in how LAO provides services that may be applicable to the development of the Racialized Communities Strategy. For example, through the efforts of the Aboriginal Justice Strategy, LAO is now able to collect demographic information about clients who self-identify as First Nation, Métis and Inuit in order to refer Indigenous clients to enhanced services. As was emphasized by Justice Tulloch in his 2017 Report of Independent Police Oversight Review, it is critical to obtain similar data on the racial make-up of persons engaged in the criminal justice system in order to effect positive change. LAO is interested in learning how we can best obtain that kind of information from clients who are also members of racialized communities.

In addition, the overall effects of racial profiling will be looked into....
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LAO's Bail Strategy, released in December 2016, identifies problems with bail decision-making in Ontario and analyzes how these inequities impact low-income Ontarians. The paper notes that racialized and Indigenous accused are disproportionately affected by inequities in the bail process. Higher rates of poverty limit the ability to secure sureties, and unconscious bias at various stages of the justice system may work to disadvantage racialized individuals at the bail hearing, with many being denied bail or being subjected to conditions that are both numerous and onerous. Currently, LAO is implementing its Bail Strategy by, for example:


Racial Profiling by Rosalie Gerbino on Prezi

These discussions made it clear to the researchers that African-American citizens' perceptions of biased policing are influenced by not only their own experiences, but also the experiences of family and friends, a more general expectation of racial bias in all walks of life, and a specific expectation of police bias.

II. Racial Profiling and the Latino Population - Page 2

The citizen survey also found that experiencing disrespectful treatment during a stop, learning of disrespectful stop experiences of friends or family, and the perception that police racially profile all dramatically reduce trust in the police.

Racial Profiling and the Latino Population

"Overall, troopers who participated in focus groups believed that it is likely that there are some incidents of racial profiling; however, they believe that such incidents are infrequent.

Racial profiling of Asians is overlooked | Daily Bruin

It reminds me of discussions I've had with my father about his "ethnic" background. My father has selected to define himself the way generations in his family have, positing themselves as Spanish Jews and affixing an arbitrary cut-off of date for when ethnic heritage begins (Diaspora). Despite evidentiary DNA that traces an 180,000 year heritage that routes his family from East Africa to India to Egypt to Europe, the ethnicity that invoked the most recent trauma (Sephardic) is the only way he can make sense of the way he has been interpolated into society. As a "mixed heritage" irreligionist this is not how I experience my subjectivity, and yet I am constantly reminded by others (mostly Sephardim) that this is who I am. But for me to deny how my father has experienced identity based on some other set of constructed "facts" I've deemed important seems a bit ridiculous, as in the end this is how HE understands HIMSELF and has lived HIS life.