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Police Attractiveness: Non-Discriminatory Or Responsive?

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The newspaper “The Today” published, an African American was arrested in connection with a racially charged incident on Aug. 25 outside the Branford, CT. The African American was charged with second-degree intimidation based on bias, second-degree breach of peace, interfering with police, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

How about if this guy was “White”. I do not believe that he was arrested nor charged with those allegations. Police ruthlessness occurs for a number of reasons: the most common is racial discrimination against African American and Hispanic. Despite any laws, law enforcement historically struggled with race and gender discrimination. They can be bias and discriminatory. What do you think?
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