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When they can't ask about criminal convictions, employers are *more* likely to discriminate against blacks.
Bad news for our favorite sheriff.
The truth would reinforce "racist" stereotypes.
Will you be able to choose?
Police racially profiled North Africans.
"The move has few precedents in U.S. history."
It doesn't mean they are guilty. They just don't want to be profiled.
Canadian grocer had to pay $21,000 for wrongly accusing a black man of shoplifting.
"Foreign men" have high crime rates in Norway.
Baltimore will enter a consent decree with the DOJ to stop broken-windows policing.
Police look for crime where the criminals are.
Black councilwoman apologizes for telling the truth about black crime.
The Times is surprised. We're not.
Race is everything for the "wise Latina."
Detective: "From patrol to investigation, it’s almost an undoable job now."
He cites Israel as a model.
It correctly identifies 61 percent of criminals who are rearrested within two years of release.
Common sense is not allowed.
Non-whites suffer from "a long, sad history of death, false imprisonment, physical and verbal abuse."
Police department under investigation after chief states the obvious.
He said racial profiling "has its place in law enforcement when used correctly and applied fairly."
Movie rejects as prejudice the idea that some animals are naturally more violent than others.
Says government didn't want to profile Muslims.
Tells 911 operator: "There’s three black men with guns at our house."
Neighbors and workers in the area were suspicious but did not want to racially profile.
Murder would fall by 91 percent in an all-white New York City.
Shop workers have recently been accused of racial profiling.
Probably to avoid charges of racial profiling.
One-third of whites say the same thing.
British home secretary is also critical of police "stop and search."
Georgetown retailers use social media to alert each other to suspicious shoppers.
Whites make sensible use of neighborhood-watch programs.
Lead author: "I've never been so disgusted by my own data."
More useless paperwork for the police.
In Wisconsin, 13 percent of black men are in jail--twice the national average.
The goal is to stop probable perps before they commit a crime.
Former chair of British Equality Commission finds most stereotypes are true.
Racial crime stats are "racist," but racial policing stats reveal "racism."
Carolina police force fights DOJ and wins.
Compared to 3 percent of whites.
Race hoaxer get comeuppance.
He blames stop-and-frisk, since it caught so many non-whites committing crimes.
Less stop-and-frisk means more "gunplay."
The "Ferguson effect"--enforcement slowdown--has spread across the country.
DOJ hopes to "transform" police department "into a model of community-oriented policing."
Blacks are worried, even though statistics prove them wrong.
Police recruits will be taught "groundbreaking new concepts."
"Before it was white against blacks. Now it's just blue against blacks."
Resident in majority-black neighborhood is thankful police disproportionately search blacks.
Blacks are a third of the population, but three-fourths of those stopped.
City council candidate thinks the DOJ report was "misleading" and "mostly unverified."
Policing in liberal Madison is even more racially lopsided.
Civil right is "an unfinished project."
But Holder says protests of police "racism" were justified anyway.
A report on the report.
Should police stop enforcing laws that blacks are more likely to break?
Every city in the US may be guilty.
Law enforcement has to be "fair and just."
DOJ couldn't indict Darren Wilson so it went after the whole department.
But the victim was white, so few have heard of him.
Saying a perp is black promotes negative stereotypes.
Eric Holder comes up short.
Black activist: "This is going to be a very, very challenging time in our community."
Police arrest drug-takers regardless of race.
If department does not change its practices to eliminate "racism."
He points out that disarming young non-whites would reduce crime.
Mild remarks earn praise.
He says it's wrong for police to view blacks realistically.
Columnist claimed his son was profiled.
Campus police taking heat, too, but some are fighting back.
Reuters says "racial profiling" and "excessive force" are what killed Eric Garner.
Poll indicates race relations are at their lowest point since 1997.
"We're called things like Uncle Toms and traitors to our community."
Users are reminded to "not reach for your phone when you are talking to police."