But even if there is a systemic quality to police abuse and to the use of race, Risse and Zeckhauser imply, it does not follow that racial profiling
is unjustified, even though it will then be likely that police abuse and the misuse of race in policing will infect racial profiling
Schwartz said she answered that it smacked of racial profiling
As the flight took off he was left stranded blaming American authorities for 'racial profiling
"I guess I just meet the profile They told me they weren't taking any passengers on stand-by but deep down I think it was racial profiling
. It's really demoralising," he said.
As the flight took off he was stranded, blaming US authorities for "racial profiling
"I thought it was racial profiling
," said 16-year-old Kat Nordgren.
Until racial profiling
becomes a part of your daily existence--a prevailing, perennial expectation--there is no understanding it, really.
The phenomenon of racial profiling
in Ontario has long been acknowledged by members of racialized communities, progressive activists, and others--but official acknowledgment was always withheld.
The report provides demographic characteristics of residents involved in traffic stops and use-of-force encounters and discusses the survey findings' relevance to the issue of racial profiling
. Highlights include the following: about 25 percent of the 45.3 million persons with a face-to-face contact indicated that the reason was to report a crime or other problem; in 2002, about 1.3 million residents age 16 or older--2.9 percent of the 45.3 million persons analyzed--were arrested by police; and the likelihood of being stopped by officers in 2002 did not differ significantly among drivers of different races, although police were more likely to carry out some type of search on an African-American or Hispanic driver than a Caucasian.
Richard Banks's Beyond Profiling: Race, Policing, and the Drug War, which criticizes the current debate over racial profiling
for focusing too much on profiling's alleged irrationality.
Each presents their own stories of experiences with teens; from handling sexual issues to racial profiling
, drinking parties and more.
By Hussein Ibish Racial profiling
is a long-discredited American law-enforcement technique whereby police identify individuals as suspects based on their apparent race, ethnicity, age, and other simple identity criteria.