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The Racial Profiling Controversy: What Every Police Leader Should Know
by: Brian L. Withrow

$ 24.95
Softcover, 6 x 9, 296 pgs
978-1-932777-91-8
978-1-932777-91-8



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If you don't understand the problem of racial profiling, you could be adding to it. If you don't understand the solution, you could be destroyed by it.

On of the nation's leading racial profiling experts, Dr. Brian Withrow, who has successfully defended more police officers and agencies against racial profiling accusations than any other on record, spotlights:

  • Truths and misconceptions about racial profiling: What is is and what it isn't.
  • Steps you and your agency should take to avoid and defend against racial profiling accusations.
  • Advice for creating policies and procedures that protect against profiling problems and minimize legal risk.
  • Rare insights into strategies plaintiff's attorneys use to build profiling cases against officers and other agencies.

    No politics. No spin. Just real facts and proven solutions!

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