A Critical Analysis of Race, Policy, & Policing
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The anthology is divided into two distinct parts. Part I, titled Policing Blacks, includes readings that address racial profiling of blacks by U.S. law enforcement in Nebraska from 2002 to 2007, the taut relationship between police and black males, racial profiling in airports, and the connection between youth of color and the carceral state. In Part II, titled Policing Latinos, students read selections that examine policing of Latino communities in south Los Angeles, racial profiling of Latinos, and issues of immigration and "illegality."
Through contemporary research and carefully selected readings, A Critical Analysis of Race, Policy, and Policing exposes students to modern justice issues by focusing on the lived experiences of communities most impacted by flawed criminal justice policies. It is an ideal supplementary textbook for courses in criminal justice, ethnic studies, and policing.