Racial Profiling Traffic Stops

Racial Profiling Traffic Stops

FILE - This July 29, 2010, file photo, shows sheriff's deputies in Maricopa County, Arizona, frisking a suspect in one of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's traffic patrols that targeted immigrants. Officers at the sheriff's office in metro Phoenix have made 52% fewer traffic stops in the years since a judge concluded they had racially profiled Latinos in then-Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s immigration patrols. Arpaio’s successor, Sheriff Paul Penzone, and others tell The Associated Press that the decrease is driven by officers’ fears that they’ll be unfairly scrutinized in a court-ordered overhaul that’s aimed at ridding the agency of its biased policing. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File)

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April 09, 2019 01:10:37 AM
April 14, 2019 12:28:18 PM
Ross D. Franklin
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
a JULY 29, 2010 FILE PHOTO
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Racial profiling, Racial and ethnic discrimination, Race and ethnicity, Social issues, Social affairs, Racial and ethnic discrimination, Discrimination, Human rights and civil liberties
Phoenix, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES
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