What should law enforcement agencies do to curb discrimination against minorities? What can the public do?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:14 am ad1c9bdddf
The law enforcement agencies should enforce the existing laws properly to curb discrimination against minorities. For example, in case of employment discrimination, Title VII, the ADA, GINA, and the ADEA give plenty of powers to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The EEOC must file more cases against companies and properly investigate complaints against employers. There are different enforcement agencies responsible for the implementation of different laws relating to discrimination. If these agencies properly implement these ...
The answer to this problem explains how law enforcement agencies can curb discrimination. The references related to the answer are also included.
Critical Issues to Apprehend Criminals Discrimination
There have been instances where law enforcement officials have singled out persons of particular races or ethnicities for security checks citing the necessity of such security measures, specifically in the post-9/11 scenario. Do you think the potential for discrimination outweighs the need for using profiling to apprehend criminals? Why?
If your answer is yes, provide examples of at least five crimes where profiling should not be used because the costs do not outweigh the benefits.
If your answer is no, provide examples of at least five crimes where you think the use of profiling is warranted and unavoidable.View Full Posting Details