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Improving Policing in a Multiracial Society in the United States: A New Approach

@article{Schlosser2015ImprovingPI,
  title={Improving Policing in a Multiracial Society in the United States: A New Approach},
  author={Michael D Schlosser and Sundiata Keita Cha-Jua and Maria Judith Valgoi and Helen A. Neville},
  journal={International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={10},
  pages={115}
}
IntroductionOn August 9, 2014, Michael Brown and Dorian Johnson, two African American teenagers, were walking in the street in Ferguson Missouri, when Officer Darren Wilson had an encounter that significantly impacted society's attitudes towards policing. After hearing of this incident, most in the policing profession took the side of Officer Wilson, while many in the African American community have been outraged with police. This incident has begun an important discussion involving the… 
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