- Ambreena Ladhani (author); Harpreet Aulakh (thesis advisor); Mount Royal University Faculty of Arts, Department of Economics, Justice and Policy Studies (Degree granting institution)
- Date issued
- 2021; 2021
- The institutional culture of policing and the use of controversial policing practices has largely contributed to the divide that exists between minority populations and the police in Canada. Surveys and data measuring the public’s perception of policing in Canada have demonstrated that there is a gap between minority populations and their confidence in the abilities of the policing agencies which serve and protect them. This research paper identifies how the institutional culture of policing and the continued use of controversial policing practices contributes to the tension that exists between these two groups. Specifically, it examines three controversial policing practices: predictive...
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- Undergraduate Student Research