Ayers: A Concern For False Recognition And Profiling

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Lanita, I would like to first say that I enjoyed reading your forum. This learner agrees that Ayers would be no more of threat, than any other offender that is placed out on bail. In his case, Ayers could have been released until further investigation was done. Additionally, there are many individuals who are labeled. According to Arrigo (2006), “Deviating from these rules means that the norm violator will be identified and labeled accordingly (p. 81). In addition, even though it is not the case of Ayers, there are many cases, that individuals are profiled because they have a criminal record. Research supports that there is a concern for false recognition and profiling. According to Bennell, Mugford, Taylor, Bloomfield, and Wilson (2008),
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