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Profiling populations available for stops and searches by Paul Le Masurier

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Published by Home Office in London .
Written in English


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StatementMVA [i.e. Paul le Masurier and John Wicks], Joel Miller.
SeriesPolice research series -- paper 131
ContributionsMiller, Joel., Wicks, John., MVA Consultancy., Great Britain. Home Office. Policing and Reducing Crime Unit.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 93p. :
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15981891M
ISBN 101840825383
OCLC/WorldCa45311294

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TY - BOOK. T1 - Profiling Populations Available for Stops and Searches - Evaluation Paper. AU - Speeden, S. AU - Clarke, J. PY - Y1 - M3 - Technical report. BT - Profiling Populations Available for Stops and Searches - Evaluation Paper. PB - Author: S. Speeden, J. Clarke. Profiling populations available for stops and searches. Book Author(s) Joel Miller, MVA Consultancy, Great Britain Date Publisher Home Office, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate Pub place London Police stops, decision-making and practice. Library availability. Catalogue Search for "series:(Police" Profiling populations available for stops and searches Previous; Next > Book. English. Published London: Home Office, Available at Middlesbrough Campus. Middlesbrough Campus – 1 available: (Floor 2) /MIL Barcode Shelfmark Loan type. racial disproportionality in police stop and search is attributable to officers selectively targeting minority groups. The research on which this article is based replicates Home Office research (Miller and MVA ) that profiled the population 'available' in public places to be stopped and searched.

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Profiles in injustice: why racial profiling cannot work User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Harris is a law professor at the University of Toledo and a Soror Senior Justice Fellow who has written widely on racial profiling, stop and frisk, and other Fourth Amendment issues. In . In recent years, racial profiling has drawn the attention of state and federal governments. In this book, racial profiling is defined as the practice of targeting individuals for police or security interdiction, detention, or other disparate treatment based primarily on their race, ethnicity, or national origin in the belief that certain minority groups are more likely to engage in unlawful. from adopting this definition of racial profiling: police may not use racial or ethnic stereotypes as factors in selecting whom to stop-and-search, and police may use race or ethnicity to determine whether a person matches a specific description of a particular suspect We used data on 1,, traffic stops conducted by state troopers in South Carolina in and to examine how the change from secondary to primary enforcement of seat belt use in December affected the number of stops, arrests, and searches to White, Black, and Hispanic drivers using quasi-Poisson and logistic regressions.