Race, Ethnicity, and Policing: New and Essential Readings

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Index
Adams v. Williams, 312
Administrative: controls, 368; discretion, 24; guidance, 473–474
Affect, 453–454
Affirmative action, 470
Aggressive policing, 121, 221, 222, 224, 226–228, 229, 231, 268, 442
Ajrouch, K. J., 460
Alpert, G. P.: and Dunham, R. G., and Smith, M. R., 183, 247, 269, 443–444; and MacDonald, J. H. and Dunham, R. G., 184, 312, 317
American Bar Association, 473
American Bar Foundation Survey, 289
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 34, 6364, 142, 158, 162, 242, 387, 395, 397–398, 468, 482
Amnesty International, 386, 387, 394–395, 397–398
Anselin, L., 210
Anti-Defamation League, 19
Anti-immigrant laws, 437
ArcGIS, 210–211, 217n44
Arrest data, 51
Attitudes about the police, 107–108
Atwater v. City of Largo Vista, 153–157
Auditing police-citizen interactions, 192–193
Automobile exception, 59
Ayres, I., 316, 323
Baldwin, J., 19, 20–21
Bang, H., and Robins, J. M., 92, 330
Banton, M., 22–23
Bayley, D., 129, 491
Beetham, 87
Belief perspectives, 369–370, 375–376, 378–379
Bell, Sean, 384
Benchmark, 3, 5, 7, 12, 143, 180, 210, 247–248, 289, 316, 318, 320, 337, 389, 399; external, 180–188; internal, 180; observation, 183, 184
Berejarano, D., 265
Black disproportion, 369–370; in Memphis, 376–378
Black, D., 243
Blumberg, M., 369, 370, 371
Bobo, L., 87, 119
Borges, J. L., 512
Bradford, B., 88
Bratton, W., 309, 313
Broken Windows theory, 95, 309–341, 513
Brooks, T. R., 28
Brown, R., and Frank, J., 291
Brown v. Mississippi, 243
Brown v. Oneonta, 148–149, 312
Brunson, R. K., 245
Buckle Up America campaign, 57
Buerger, M. E., and Farrell, A., 240
Bureau of Justice Statistics, 155, 158, 384, 414, 495–496
Burgess, E., 507
Bush, President George W., 158, 240, 497
Christopher Commission, 468, 479
Cincinnati Police Department, 184, 291, 300, 392
Citizen attitudes and perceptions: demographic factors, 118–120; of police, 126–127
Citizen oversight boards, 481–482
Citizen's demeanor, 290–291, 292, 300; research issues, 291–293
City context, 124–129
Civil Rights Act of 1871, 478
Civil Rights Movement, 240
Clayton, H., 25
Clearance rate, 318
Cleveland, 212–213, 293–302; Division of Police, 288
Clinton, President, 55
Close, B. R., and Mason, P. L., 316
Cochran, Assistant District Attorney (LA) Johnnie, 36
Cognitive bias, 268–269, 270
Coleman, T., 151
Commission on Accreditation for Law enforcement Agencies (CALEA), 470, 473
Community based research, 413
Community oriented policing, 121–122, 224; undermining of, 57–58
Community violence, 368
Concentrated disadvantage, 206, 222, 328, 350, 354–355, 357–358, 385, 411–412, 414, 417, 424, 440–441; and community disorder, 352–353, 359; and racial composition, 414–415, 422–423, 425; structural, 442
Concentrated Disadvantage Index, 355, 417–418
Conducted Energy Devices (CEDs). See TASERs

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