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Resource ID: #18208
Subject: Police
Source: New York Times Magazine
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Date: 20-Jun

Description

New York Times Magazine goes in-depth and behind the scenes of the issues of racial profiling in America's police departments. By riding along with cops in major cities across America, a picture slowly builds up of how cops really think, what cops really do and what the job requires of them. Central to the issue is the question about if and when race can be used to pull over motorists, whether in certain areas, groups of people of a certain race, driving particular types of vehicles are more likely to be committing certain types of crime. Beat cops seem to be speaking a different language from administrators.

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