Changing the police-race relations agenda

  • 33 Pages
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Urban Alliance on Race Relations , Toronto, Ont
Police -- Canada., Canada -- Race relat
SeriesCurrents -- v.8 no.1, Currents (Toronto, Ont.) -- v.8 no.1
LC ClassificationsHV8158 .C53 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p.:
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Open LibraryOL21409493M

This essay discusses the role of race and ethnicity in policing practices and in citizens’ perceptions and personal experiences of the police, focusing on the United States.

Historical patterns are summarized and several theoretical perspectives are discussed, theories that have or could be used to deepen understanding of the relationship between race and by: 3.

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Police and race relations. [New York, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Institute of Human Relations (American Jewish Committee) OCLC Number: Description: 15 pages 28 cm. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police.

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America’s changing demographics require a careful evaluation by both elected and law enforcement officials if the nation is to diminish the likelihood of widespread future civil disturbances. Society sometimes has an opportunity to choose between two options: the.

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Police race relations became a specialism within most of England’s 43 constabularies. One consequence of the serious public disorder on the streets of many of England’s cities inhowever, was a perception by the representatives of black people that specialization was a means of isolating them from routine policing.

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Fight the Power provides a look at these police-race relations starting in the ’s, when migrations of African-Americans significantly increased in New York City. As a historian, Taylor also recognizes that police brutality has been in existence since the creation of the first professional police department in the mid-nineteenth century.

The Police and Race Relations in the UK A Review of the Macpherson Report on institutional Racism in the UK ABSTRACT- According to the Macpherson report, institutional racism is “the collective failure of an organisation to provide an appropriate and professional service to people because of their colour, culture, or ethnic origin.

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In a recent speech to chief constables and Chairs of Police Authorities, the Home Secretary described the police service as ' an organisation which responds rapidly to change, once it recognises that change has got to take place.

It is a can-do organisation.Simon Holdaway, Police race relations in the Big Society: Continuity and change, Criminology & Criminal Justice, /, 13, 2, (), (). Crossref Joe Bennett, Moralising class: A discourse analysis of the mainstream political response to Occupy and the August British riots, Discourse & Society,