DEFINITION: The law-enforcement practice of using race, national origin, or ethnicity as a salient basis for suspicion of criminal activities. (Black's Law Dictionary, 9th edition, 2009)
NARROW THE TOPIC:
National Criminal Justice Reference Service Profiling [http://www.ncjrs.gov/App/Topics/Topic.aspx?topicid=177]
Racial Profiling Data Collection Resource Center at Northeastern University [http://www.racialprofilinganalysis.neu.edu/index.php]
SELECTED PRINT RESOURCES (REF indicates non-circulating reference books):
Profiles in injustice : why racial profiling cannot work / David A. Harris.
by Harris, David A., 1957-
New York : New Press, c2002.
Call #: HV8141 .H298 2002
Profiling and criminal justice in America : a reference handbook / Jeffrey B. Bumgarner.
by Bumgarner, Jeffrey B.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : ABC-CLIO, 
Call #: HV9950 .B86 2004
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The color of guilt & innocence : racial profiling and police practices in America / Steve Holbert & Lisa Rose.
by Holbert, Steve.
San Ramon, Calif. : Page Marque Press, c2004.
Call #: HV7936.R3 .H65 2004
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