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A Black Man’s Guide To Law Enforcement In America is now on sale worldwide. Only available on-line, this book explores the behaviors of racial profiling in USA, and racial profiling solutions for police who police Blacks, Hispanic, Asians, Arabs, Mexicans and other people of color. The book is packed with valuable information on topics that include misdemeanor arrests, bail, auto registration, motor vehicle law, traffic violations, international driver’s license and much more. This cutting edge book is authored by a Black cop, who is still an active “street cop,” of a major urban police department on the East Cost. Author, Shafiq Abdussabur, tackles the tough question of why men of color are more likely to have deadly force encounters with American police?
A Black Man’s Guide To Law Enforcement In America, not only deals with the tough issues about racial profiling. This dynamic eBook also gives tough love instructions for those who think they have been victims of racial ethnic profiling, only to realize that they were just poor communicators.
· The author uses personal stories, encounters, real life stories, and national news event headlines, in order to reinforce some of the serious issues between police and people of color in America and its urban sectors.
· This eBook reveals the mystery behind DWB-Driving While Black and racial profiling affects. It gives the reader step-by-step instructions on how to avoid deadly encounters with police and costly arrests.
Emma Khadija Jones, J.D. Founder of The MALIK Organization writes:
“This is one of the best collections of “dos and don’ts” written by a police officer for black males, who may come in contact with law enforcement. It is a useful tool for motorists regardless of race, gender, or socioeconomic status. If you are going to drive in America, this is a must read starting point!”
Barbara Fair, LCSW, People Against Injustice, National Association of the Advancement of Colored People and ACLU writes:
“A Black Man’s Guide to Law Enforcement is long overdue! A powerful, compelling, well written and very informative guide on how to survive police encounters and successfully navigate a race conscious criminal justice system. Every African American and Latino parent should have one!”
New Haven Advocate writes:
The book is full of practical suggestions for what people can do to make those interactions smoother, and it’s delivered in zippy, street-smart anecdotes.
When a police officer pulls over a male African American driver, the result is usually an arrest. In most cases, the charges have nothing to do with motor vehicle violations, and everything to do with racial profiling, and how the driver conducts himself. “A Black Man’s Guide to Law Enforcement in America” tells you everything you need to know about dealing with racial bias among those bound to serve and protect. You’ll learn…