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- ISBN: 9780737775181
- ISBN: 0737775181
- ISBN: 9780737775198
- ISBN: 073777519X
226 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Greenhaven Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Are police using excessive force? -- Police brutality must be stopped / Richard Rowe -- There is conflicting information on police brutality / John Wihbey -- Police are racist against minorities / Linn Washington Jr. -- Police are not racist against minorities / James B. Comey -- Police militarization is a problem in America / Carolyn Davis -- Public safety requires police militarization / Jazz Shaw -- Is police brutality a widespread problem in the United States? -- Seven reasons police brutality is systemic, not anecdotal / Bonnie Kristian -- History indicates varied results in improving police brutality in America / Nicole Flatow -- Police brutality is a growing American epidemic / Colin Ochs -- Police brutality is not a growing epidemic / Jack Kerwick -- White America's silence on police brutality is consent / Donovan X. Ramsey -- Police brutality in America is about class, not race / Joseph Kishore -- How can police brutality be stopped? -- Body cameras will stop police brutality / Adam Schiff -- Body cameras will not stop police brutality / Shahid Buttar -- Body cameras are helpful but insufficient for stopping police brutality / Matthew Kovac -- Americans must continue protesting police brutality / Juan Thompson -- Americans should value, not protest, the police / Charlie Dent -- Civilian oversight of police could stop brutality / Michael S. Rozeff -- Civilian oversight of police has benefits and disadvantages / Pete Eyre -- What is the US government's response to police brutality? -- The federal government is failing to correct police brutality / Barry Sussman -- The federal government is enthusiastically combating police brutality / Jessica Wehrman and Jack Torry -- Obama is correct to separate police brutality from racism / Paul Joseph Watson -- Obama is wrong to separate police brutality from racism / Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor -- The Department of Justice cannot correct all police brutality / Imani Gandy -- The Department of Justice can help correct police brutality / Sarah Childress.|
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