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Resource Guide on Racial Profiling Data Collection Systems: Promising Practices & Lessons Learned

Resource Guide on Racial Profiling Data Collection Systems: Promising Practices & Lessons Learned

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The guarantee to all persons of equal protection under the law is one of the
most fundamental principles of our democratic society. Law enforcement
officers should not endorse or act upon stereotypes, attitudes, or beliefs
that a person’s race, ethnicity, or national origin increases that person’s
general propensity to act unlawfully. There is no tradeoff between effective
law enforcement and protection of the civil rights of all Americans;
we can and must have both.
The guarantee to all persons of equal protection under the law is one of the
most fundamental principles of our democratic society. Law enforcement
officers should not endorse or act upon stereotypes, attitudes, or beliefs
that a person’s race, ethnicity, or national origin increases that person’s
general propensity to act unlawfully. There is no tradeoff between effective
law enforcement and protection of the civil rights of all Americans;
we can and must have both.

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A Resource Guide onRacial Profiling DataCollection SystemsA Resource Guide onRacial Profiling DataCollection Systems
U.S. Department of Justice
Promising Practicesand Lessons Learned
 
This document was prepared by Northwestern University, supported with funding from theU.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendationsexpressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent theofficial position or policies of the U.S.Department of Justice.
 U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Washington, DC 20530
 Janet Reno
 Attorney General 
 U.S. Department of Justice World Wide Web Home Page
 www.usdoj.gov For grant and funding information contact
 U.S. Department of Justice Response Center 
1–800–421–6770
 
A Resource Guide onRacial Profiling DataCollection Systems
Promising Practicesand LessonsLearned
Deborah Ramirez Jack McDevittAmy FarrellNortheastern University
Monograph
November 2000NCJ 184768

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