Does racial profiling of Blacks exists in other countries, and if so, how it is handled by the differing groups.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 6:39 am ad1c9bdddf
Does racial profiling of Blacks exists in other countries, and if so, how it is handled by the differing groups
This is a very good question! "Racial profiling is the consideration of race early on in criminal investigations. If a member of a race is considered more likely to be involved in criminal behavior due to his race, he may be more often suspected of committing crimes, even when no evidence exists to justify this supposition" (Wise Geek) And unfortunately, this occurs all over the world (not just in the United States). In other countries, there are numerous incidents of African Americans automatically being suspected of crime. For example in Canada:
In 2005, the Kingston Police released the first study ever in Canada which pertains to racial profiling. The study focused on in the city of Kingston, a small city where most of the inhabitants are white. ...
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