Racial Profiling In Canada

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The survey results presented in this paper suggest that a similar process of racialisation exists within the Canadian police environment. According to our results, blacks are over three times more likely to experience multiple police stops than whites or Asians and are three times more likely to report being searched during these police encounters. Black males appear to be particularly vulnerable to police stop and search practices. Black respondents are also six times more likely than respondents from other racial backgrounds to report that they have close friends or family members who had been a recent victim of racial profiling. Importantly, racial differences with respect to both
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