For Immediate Release
(September 16, 2014, Hartford, Connecticut)– Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur guest hosts WNPR Where We Live. This special segment “Racial Profiling and Diversity in our Police Departments “will highlight famous racial profiling cases, racial discrimination facts, racial profiling meaning, and how to stop racial profiling.
The show will also discuss statistics on racial profiling from a new report by the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy at Central Connecticut State University that will take a closer look at racial profiling in Connecticut.
Later, in the show we also take a look at diversity in our police departments. Why are so few African-Americans becoming police officers? What obstacles are turning many of them away from the police force? And how do we fix this? Is there law enforcement profiling?
The show will be broadcast live on WNPR 9:00 am Thursday September 18, 2014. The guest host Shafiq R. Fulcher Abdussabur is the author of “A Black Man’s Guide to Law Enforcement in America” a straight talk manual to interactions between police and urban males. His perspective is always a double edge sword, because he’s a Black man and 18 year veteran cop who lives and polices the inner city where he grew up.
Nationally, Shafiq is considered the foremost leading expert Racial Profiling Prevention and Urban Gun Violence Prevention do to his unique approaches to community based policing as a key resource to urban violence prevention.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Phone: (203) 903-8083
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