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Racial Profiling in Law Enforcement

racial profiling in law enforcement

Offers Effective Guidelines When Dealing With Police – Racial Profiling in Law Enforcement

When a police officer pulls over a Black, African-American, Hispanic/Latino, or Arab/Muslim driver, the result is usually an arrest or even worst. In most cases, the charges have nothing to do with motor vehicle violations, and everything to do with racial profiling in law enforcement, and how the driver conducts himself. “A Black Man’s Guide to Law Enforcement in America” tells you everything you need to know about dealing with racial and religious bias among those bound to serve and protect. You’ll learn...

how to avoid getting stopped in the first place
what to say when questioned, and how to say it
what you’ll need to prepare for a court case
how to handle yourself in court
…and much more
Know the law, and know how to protect yourself. Armed with the information from this guide, you’ll have a far better chance of emerging unscathed when “driving while black!”

Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur: Author, Public Speaker, Racial Profiling Consultant, Entrepreneur & law enforcement officer who’s unique approach and concepts to urban violence prevention and community based policing have been featured in the New York

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As Featured on NPR

Times, Chicago Tribune, NPR-Where We Live, New Haven Independent, NPR-All Things Considered, WYBC-Electric Drum, New Haven Advocate, Russian Radio, BBC, PBS, New York Daily News, New Haven Register, Hartford Courant, and Al Jazeera America. Nationally, Shafiq is considered the foremost leading expert on urban gun violence prevention do to his unique approaches to community based policing as a key resource to urban violence prevention.


This guy knows what he’s talking about By Millie Grenough on July 19, 2012

Format: Paperback

He’s a cop now, but when he was a teen he was arrested by cops. He’s a Black policeman in New Haven, a city plagued by drugs and violence. I’m white, have raised teens in this city, and I love the multi-cultural neighborhood that both Shafiq and I live in.I loveShafiq’s book. He knows the story from inside and out. His tips are direct, practical, clear: “do this… don’t do that”… “if you have to go to Court, wear this….don’t wear that.” Parents, when your kid is arrested, “Do this…don’t do that.”Parents, teens, cops, educators, social workers: get this book. Photos, good writing style, a good sense of context and history, and the author’s humor add punch to this book. I read it in one day, and passed it on to my daughter-in-law, an attorney advocate for youths in New York City.I teach stress management. My passion? help each of us reach our full potential while remaining sane and healthy. I’m glad that Shafiq, in his powerful way, is helping our kids and neighborhoods be more peaceful, saner, healthier. I look forward to working more with Shafiq to help his fellow-and-sister police find practical ways to increase their own sanity and peace in their challenging lives. Go, Shafiq!

Millie Grenough, author of OASIS in the Overwhelm: 60-second Strategies for Balance in a Busy World

A Black Mans Guide To Law Enforcement In America
136 page Paperback
8.5 x 11 inches
ISBN: 978-1-60494-387-0

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Racial Profiling in Law Enforcement


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