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Should police be allowed to use racial profiling?

  • It saves money (taxes I pay) and resources

    If the police are looking for a criminal in a crime where they know that 99% of the perpetrators of this crime are white males then they should not be wasting time looking into non whites.
    Anything the police can do to cut down on the time it takes to find guilty people is good.

  • We can't control it

    We can't make police not racist, we can't change people's opinions. We cannot control this. Why fight a battle we cannot win?

    We profile males, females, even criminals! So it only makes sense?! I don't really see how its ridiculous, because its all for the best, to find the crime committers

  • Everyone get's profiled

    As a male I get profiled when buying car insurance as I can considered a hi risk group even though I have never crashed. It is unfair, and means I have to pay more, but it is effective.

    Got at least the time being it makes sense to apply this to crime as well.

  • Use every tool available

    Racial profiling should not be used as a substitute for good police work, and it should not be used in order to get to an arrest when there is no other evidence. That said, demographic information is a useful tool in all sorts of research, and it can be useful in criminal investigations as well. Accurate profiling without a racist agenda is kind of an idealistic goal, but it seems a worthwhile one.

  • Of course racial Profiling should be used

    13% of the US population is Black. Between 1980-2008 Blacks were responsible for 52% of all homicides. If Blacks were the same likely to murder as whites, only 13% of homicides should have been perpetrated by blacks. However they are way more likely than whites to murder. We would have to be stupid not to use racial profiling.

  • Mandatory Racial Profiling of Arabs should be law!

    At the airport and security picking out a 16 year old white girl for a security check, ignoring an Arab dude with a beard. WTF. Anybody seen any caucasians, or even blacks, doing terrorists attacks lately? Unless islam(e) is completely extinct, Arab looking people should be profiled for life. They should be the victims of their own race, not other people. Racial profile them so much they leave islam(e) because they hate being part of it.

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  • Profiling in an effort to prevent ISIS terrorists from getting into America.

    The Democrats have no clue about this or they just refuse to call it what it is. Isis are Islamic terrorists that are trying to take out our country and destroy Western civilization and if you start with that premise, which I think a great majority of Americans believe, then you have a totally different approach on how you deal with it. Profiling is just another tool that can be beneficial to protecting ourselves

  • If the crime statistics fit, of course

    How is it any different than policing heavy crime areas?
    If they don't want to be profiled then stop doing the crime. The fact that they arrest people they are profiling is proof that profiling is needed.
    I'm tired of bending over backwards to accommodate people who won't take responsibility for their lives but want to blame the White man.

    So, yes definitely.

  • No way Jose.

    An ACLU lawsuit uncovered police data indicating that while 73 percent of suspects pulled over on I-95 between 1995 and 1997 were black, black suspects were no more likely to actually have drugs or illegal weapons in their cars than white suspects.According to the Public Health Service, approximately 70% of drug users are white, 15% are black, and 8% are Latino. But the Department of Justice reports that among those imprisoned on drug charges, 26% are white, 45% are black, and 21% are Latino.

  • Never

    People should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. This should be true of race as well. A person's skin color should never dictate an officer's suspicions, unless warranted by extentuating cirumstances. officers pulling over minorities is an abuse of their civil liberties, is insulting, and should be punishable by termination of employment. An officer's job is to protect and serve, not just protect and serve white people. To do otehrwise is to assume guilt until proven innocent.

  • No, police should not be allowed to use racial profiling

    The very idea that a person can be suspect or not suspect simply because of the color of their skin, embodies the notion of guilty till proven innocent that is sweeping America anymore. It should not be tolerated under any circumstance whatsoever. Whether someone is innocent or guilty of a crime should be totally dependent on the person, NOT their race. Race should never enter into the equation of whether someone did something or not. So no, I don't think police should be allowed to use racial profiling at all, it is unamerican, and not what this country was supposed to be founded upon.

  • Racial Profiling Unfair, Biased, Outdated

    Americans live in the 21st Century and not in the antebellum South. Racial profiling needs to stop immediately because its unfair, unequal, biased and antiquated. The Civil Rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s should have taught Americans a harsh lesson of what racial tensions do to a country that is out of balance. Racial profiles are a thing of the past.

  • No racial profiling

    Why should someone be racially profiled for their skin color, religion, and or ethnicity. Is that fair that some people are racially profiled and others are not? No! Everyone should be treated equal until they are proven guilty of doing something they shouldn't or they are caught doing something. Would you like to be arrested and or killed for being black or Muslim or believing in your religion? No! So don't judge people by their race, ethnicity, and religion.

  • No racial profiling

    Why should someone be racially profiled for their skin color, religion, and or ethnicity. Is that fair that some people are racially profiled and others are not? No! Everyone should be treated equal until they are proven guilty of doing something they shouldn't or they are caught doing something. Would you like to be arrested and or killed for being black or Muslim or believing in your religion? No! So don't judge people by their race, ethnicity, and religion.

  • In the eyes of the law

    Our legal system is based on the saying that everyone is equal under the eyes of the law. So Polices shouldn't be allowed to use racial profiling (at least not without a very good reason) because it would not be a fair way to determine weather someone might have committed a crime based on their race.

  • No racial profiling

    I don't. Think it should be allowed its not right just because your skin color, i mean come on criminals come in all colors,shapes,& sizes.People are getting killed left snd right. Police are suppose to protect us not harrass it should be illegal these cops are literally thrown in the streets & trained by old timers who are racist PERIOD!

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