Racial profiling is the controversial practice of determining a probability of criminal suspicion on the basis of race, national origin, or ethnicity, and, at times, the act of basing law enforcement or exclusionary actions on such a profile.
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Working with state and local governments, law enforcement agencies and civil rights groups to assess and deter racial profiling practices.
The New Face Of Racial Profiling
Includes commentary on how terrorism affects the debate.
Racial Profiling in America
American Civil Liberties Union page on racial profiling and "driving while Black".
Racial Profiling: Racially Biased Law Enforcement A National Problem
Summaries of news, documents, and links.
Racial Profiling: The View From A Squad Car
Fred Reed discusses types of profiling, concluding that racial profiling is not discrimination.
Racial Profiling at the Airport
Michael Kinsley discusses the discrimination people are afraid to be against. (September 28, 2001)
PBS: Is Racial Profiling Real?
Transcript of the Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg, Heather MacDonald, Paul Butler, and David Cole. Includes biographies of guests and discussion forum. (July 19, 2001)
City Journal: The Myth of Racial Profiling
Heather MacDonald says there's no credible evidence that racial profiling exists, yet the crusade to abolish it threatens a decade's worth of crime-fighting success. (March 01, 2001)
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