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Author Nolan, Thomas William, author.

Title Perilous policing : criminal justice in marginalized communities / Thomas Nolan.

Published New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
©2019.

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Physical description 1 online resource ( 190 pages)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Introduction; 1 The Police, the Constitution, and Civil Rights and Civil Liberties; When Police Run Afoul of the Constitution: The Role of "Commissions"; The Police and the First Amendment: Freedoms Subordinated to "Public Safety"; "Stop and Frisk"-Racial Profiling and Constitutional Implications; The Police and the Fourth Amendment-Warrantless Searches and Consent; Conclusion; Notes; References; 2 Technology and Privacy in the Era of Homeland Security; Drones; Automated License Plate Readers.
Cell Phone Site SimulatorsPolice Monitoring Social Media; The Police and Body Cameras; Panoptic "Predictive Policing"; Facial Recognition Technology; Conclusion; Note; References; 3 Deadly Force: Compliance, Confrontation, and Consequences for African Americans; Police Deadly Force Incidents; African American Victims of Police Violence; The Police and the Evasion of Criminal Responsibility; The Double Standard and "Loyalty"; Conclusion; Notes; References; 4 Black Lives Matter: Interrogating and Challenging the Law Enforcement Narrative; The Narrative.
The Interrogation and Interruption of the NarrativeSentineling White Space; Conclusion; Note; References; 5 The "War Against the Police": The Fictive Response to the New Accountability; The Nascent Accountability; The Police and Victimhood; The "Ferguson Effect" and the "War on Police"; How Dangerous Is Policing?; The Mythical War; Conclusion; Note; References; 6 The "Immigration Police": The Demonization of the "Other"; The Policing of Immigration: Co-Opting Local Law Enforcement; The Trouble with So-Called "Gang Databases": No Refuge in the "Sanctuary"; The 287(g) Program.
Secure CommunitiesImmigrants and Crime; Immigration Enforcement and Fallout; Conclusion: An Unholy Alliance; References; 7 "Soldier Up": The Consequences of Militarization for Communities of Color; The Demise of Community Policing; The Militarization of the Police: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties at Peril; The Militarization of the Police: SWAT Deployments; Militarization and the First Amendment; The Militarization of the Police: Events in Ferguson, Missouri; The Police Response to Protests in North Dakota, Baton Rouge, and St. Louis.
The Militarization of the Police: The Response to the Boston Marathon BombingMilitarization, Technology, and the Erosion of the Police Narrative; Conclusion; References; 8 "Taking Off the Cuffs": Police Retrenchment and Resurgence; The "Narrative"; The "Pattern-or-Practice" Investigations and the Consent Decrees; Floyd v. City of New York; The Police and the "Others"; The Cuffs Come Off: Revanche; Conclusion; References; 9 Fusion Centers: An Unholy Alliance of Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement; Fusion Centers: Institution and Rationale.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web.
History notes Thomas Nolan has been an Associate Professor in Criminal Justice at Boston University, the State University of New York at Plattsburgh, and Merrimack College. He was a Senior Policy Advisor at the Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in the Department of Homeland Security in Washington, D.C., and a 27-year veteran (and former lieutenant) with the Boston Police Department. His doctoral work focused on moral probity among police officers, and his recent publications deal with such topics as civil rights and civil liberties in policing and constitutional issues of surveillance.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on March 25, 2019).
Other author Taylor & Francis.
Subject Police -- United States.
Police-community relations -- United States.
Ethnic neighborhoods -- United States.
Discrimination in criminal justice administration -- United States.
United States -- Ethnic relations.
Local series Taylor & Francis eBooks
Standard Number 10.4324/9780429398414
ISBN 9780429398414 (electronic book)
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