An impartial exam of profiling within the legal justice system―one of the main hotly contested public coverage issues―on the streets, within the courts, and within the jails and prisons of America.
• provides essays from students within the box on each side of the talk to supply reasonable and target details that permit readers to contemplate the pursuits of equality and equity on one facet as opposed to public defense and crime struggling with at the other
• Examines profiling alongside quite a lot of variables―race, faith, gender, and sexual orientation―rather than addressing simply racial profiling
• Covers more moderen occasions in profiling equivalent to Arizona SB 1070, the "Stop and Frisk" coverage in ny urban, and the TSA's profiling of Muslims in addition to older situations akin to Whren vs. United States
• presents summaries and analyses of key proceedings in terms of the permissibility and impermissibility of profiling