Steinbuch, Robert
September 2013
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review;Fall2013, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p97
Academic Journal
An essay is presented predicting the statistical growth in crime rate in the U.S. It discusses the effects of using statistics in discussing racial profiling, which is law enforcement's use of race in describing actual criminal suspects. It also discusses the significance of the stop-and-frisk program, an indirect form of racial profiling, in omission of racial identity.


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