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Police against black people

Police against black people

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Published by Institute of Race Relations in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Police -- Great Britain -- Complaints against.,
  • Blacks -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 68.

    Statementevidence submitted to the Royal Commission on Criminal Procedure by The Institute of Race Relations.
    SeriesRace & class pamphlet -- no.6, Race & class pamphlet -- no. 6
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Royal Commission on Criminal Procedure, Institute of Race Relations.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. ;
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22152372M

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May 30,  · Indeed, some police advocates have gone so far as to claim that black people are more hostile or noncompliant with law enforcement, and that—as such—greater force is justified against black.

Feb 24,  · Persuasive Essay On Police Brutality Words | 5 Pages. whether we should kneel or stand. All across the nation there are conversations surrounding the protesting of police brutality specially against black citizens that typically ends up in severe brutality or in most cases murder.

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Nov 20,  · 1. Police Brutality: An Anthology, ed. Jill Nelson. If you want to place police brutality in a historical context, and get several different views on police violence from different people, then look no further than this book.

Sep 14,  · For many black youth, due to the disproportionate and often traumatic experience of police arrest and use of force against them, their family members and. “When the police enforce the law, they do so unevenly, in ways that give disproportionate attention to the activities of poor people, people of color, and others near the bottom of the social pyramid.

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Aug 31,  · The police chief suggested the comments might have been sarcastic. ‘We Only Kill Black People,’ Police Officer Says During Traffic Stop.

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