Racism : Racism And Racial Politics

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One of the biggest disputes in current racial politics is whether an act, policy, or event constitutes racism. Using text from a variety of media sources, I examine the different ways in which racism is defined and how claims and counterclaims are examined. I also researched how the nature of racism discoursed the ways of advocates seeking advantage of the debates of politicians The struggling racism as a by law enforcement are two of the biggest things that is happen in the United States today do we as a whole seem color blindness or is it systemic racism. A geographically resolved, multi-level Bayesian model is used to analyze the data presented in the U.S. Police-Shooting Database (USPSD) in order to investigate the extent of racial…show more content…
There is no relationship between county-level racial bias in police shootings and crime rates (even race-specific crime rates), meaning that the racial bias observed in police shootings in this data set is not explainable as a response to local-level crime rates. In the late ages there where a lot of pressure to adopt more restrictive use of deadly force policies mounted during the 1960s and 1970s. By the early 1980s the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) was recommending a written policy on the use of force and appeared to be encouraging a more restrictive policy. In 1985, the U. S. Supreme Court imposed a Fourth Amendment reasonableness test on the use of deadly force setting aside the fleeing felon statutes based on common law. The Tennessee legislature responded by passing legislation incorporating the standard. This study indicated that Tennessee police departments serving populations of more than 5,000 have reduced the use of deadly force and adopted more restrictive policies. In some recent studies have shown that some of the legal issues that have pertain to the use of deadly force, with a focus on firearms and pursuit driving. Recent studies have shown that the public and media have an attitude towards police policy on the training of firearms and LEAs pursuits. But there are more recent studies that have shown that LEAs need to act accordance with these guidelines. The media believes that LEAs need to balance the need to apprehend
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