Veil of Darkness theory shows that Blacks and Hispanics are stopped more in daylight hours.
The State of Connecticut’s African-American Affairs Commission (AAAC) along with the Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission (LPRAC) held a discussion panel and Q & A forum on June 16, 2015, regarding recently released CTRP3 reporting on racial profiling and traffic stops in the State of Connecticut.
The event was moderated by Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur–Author, public speaker, racial profiling consultant, entrepreneur, and law enforcement officer (Sergeant), State of Connecticut’s African-American Affairs Commission (AAAC) 2015 Man of the Year.
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Invited guests panelists include: · Joseph L. Gaudett, Jr–Bridgeport Chief of Police · Patrick Ridenhour–Stratford Chief of Police · Kevin Muhammed –CEO/founder of Muck Mud LLC and Principal of Love Christian Academy · Tanya A. Hughes–Executive Director, State of CT Commission on Human Rights · Ken Barone–Policy and Research Specialist with IMRP at CCSU · Ric Cruz–Chairperson of Latino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission (LPRAC) · Charles Grady–Project Coordinator Bridgeport Project Longevity.
AAAC and LAPRAC forums open to the public. The discussion included the hot-topics of Racial Profiling, Mass Incarceration, Juvenile Detention, Suspension and Expulsion Rates of Minority Students, Implicit and Explicit Bias, and Felony Reentry/Societal Reintegration.
Black and Hispanics Racially Profiled More in Daylight
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