Maryland police squad stops black drivers more: AP study

June 1996
Jet;06/10/96, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p47
Reports that black drivers are stopped by Maryland police squads at least four times more often than whites according to a study on the issue by the Associated Press (AP). Question on whether paratroopers follow their written training procedures; State police's denial of accusations that they use racial profiles; Details of the case of black driver Robert Wilkins.


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