Detroit Targets Elimination of Racial Profiling

June 2001
Diversity Factor;Summer2001, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p18
Part I. Highlights the initiative launched in Detroit, Michigan, with a partnership among the National Conference for Community and Justice, top law enforcement officials and key community stakeholders to eliminate racial profiling in law enforcement. Formation of Advocates and Leaders for Police and Community Trust; Goals of the coalition; Training program with the Detroit Police Department. INSET: A Theoretical Daily Training Framework..


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