The other day Tom Megalis was pulled over by the cops in his own neighborhood for NO REASON. Or was it racial profiling? Megalis thinks so.
Hugely popular for his workshops on cultural diversity, in this video Dr. Aaron Thompson conducts a workshop on racial profiling in the law enforcement community.
A woman of Jewish and Arab descent was detained after her flight landed on 9/11 and she's blaming racial profiling.
This video is from 1995. While in the police academy, Darren Chaker witnessed in its infancy what is now known as racial profiling. Darren Chaker broke the code of silence and made his concerns public by addressing the San Diego City Council. Incredibly, after departing the police academy, Darren Chaker subsequently invalidated a law aimed at protecting from 'false complaints' by targeting citizens with threats of jail if police believed the complaint was false. See dchaker.blogspot**** Chaker v. Crogan, 428 F.3d 1215 C.A.9 (Cal.),2005, Cert. denied, 547 U.S. 1128, 126 S.Ct. 2023, invalidated a statute on First Amendment grounds and overruled the California Supreme Court‘s unanimous decision in People v. Stanistreet, 127 Cal.Rptr.2d 633.
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This is a small video clip of a news interview with nationally known speaker Aaron Thompson, Ph.D., regarding alleged racial discrimination by a local police department in KY that occurred earlier this year. Your can find human resources training videos with workshop leader Dr. Aaron Thompson on the topics of diversity, racial profiling, and sexual harassment for the law enforcement community and for general audiences, along with supplementary training materials at www.rippleeffectsresources****.
Widely recognized as an authority on diversity, Dr. Aaron Thompson conducts a workshop on diversity as applied to law enforcement in this video. Dr. Thompson explores the definition of diversity, the strengths of diversity, and solutions to issues that arise on the job due to diversity. Dr. Thompson focuses on differences in race, age, gender, physical ability, religion, and the issues these variations bring to law enforcement. Dr. Thompson is an engaging and dynamic speaker, involving his audience in his presentation. You will find this examination of diversity with regard to the law enforcement community riveting and packed with information that will help individuals from diverse backgrounds recognize and appreciate their differences.
This video has a running time of approximately 56 minutes.
Aaron Thompson, Ph.D., is the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and a Professor of Sociology at Eastern Kentucky University. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Kentucky, specializing in Organizational Behavior and Gender and Race Relations. Dr. Thompson has directed workshops and given presentations for many years in the areas of leadership, ethics, race/gender relations, and strategic planning. He is nationally recognized in the areas of educational attainment, human diversity, motivation, and academic success.
Please visit www.rippleeffectsresources**** to find out more about Dr. Thompson's video workshops in diversity, racial profiling, and sexual harassment.
This clip contains opening comments made by Aaron Thompson, Ph. D., at the 2007 Kentucky State Traffic School and Graduated Licensing Program Conference held at the Ramada Inn in Lexington, KY, October 13, 2007. Dr. Thompson does consulting and creates training DVDs in the areas of diversity, sexual harassment, racial profiling, ethics, leadership, and many other topics. These DVDs can be used for workshops and are targeted for police officers and law enforcement administrators, as well as general audiences. Please visit our website www.rippleeffectsresources**** for more information about Dr. Thompson's workshop training DVDs and personalized consulting.
Ray Lipowski uses racial profiling to tell the weather on Starz’ original stand-up comedy series. Watch it on Starz- Wed 10p ET/PT *******www.starz****/1stamendment
AMRIT SINGH is often the target of racial profiling, because of his appearance, Amrit goes against a tradition he's maintained his whole life and finds himself dealing with hospital politics.
Last night I was harassed by the police and had to vent today. Don't get me wrong the police have their purpose but I've never had a good experience with a white cop, other than saying hello to one at the store. I'm tired of the racial profiling that goes on in my city and cops that go too far to flex their authority. For any pig that has ever killed, beat, or framed a black man for no reason other than he was black - DON'T WORRY YOU'LL HAVE YOUR DAY ;-)
Author Dr. Charlotte Laws and actress Debra Skelton debate the issues on The Filter with Fred Roggin on NBC. Hosted by Fred Roggin. This is part 1. Topics include: whether there should be racial profiling on airlines due to terrorism attacks and whether marijuana should be legalized.
According to reports obtained under Georgia's Open Records Act, officer Jeff Foxx, who is black, made these comments while on patrol on University Avenue. Foxx was having a personal cellphone conversation as he initiated a traffic stop during the lunch hour on March 5, 2007. His remarks were recorded by the dashboard camera. The recording system was activated by the blue light and picked up everything said in Foxx's vehicle starting 60 seconds prior to turning on the light, police officials confirmed. Foxx was given a one-day suspension!!!! A review of Foxx's personnel file shows multiple suspensions for multiple reasons dating back to 2002.
The offenses include:
• He was suspended one day in March 2002 for backing his city car into a pole at Fort Middle School.
• He was suspended two days in March 2002 for taking his city vehicle to an adult cinema on Victory Drive while he was off duty.
• In September 2002, he was suspended for one day for failure to attend a Recorder's Court hearing.
• In January 2003, he received a written reprimand for violating the sick-leave policy. He took time off for his father's triple-bypass surgery but was found working part-time at a Columbus restaurant.
• In February 2003, he was suspended one day for failure to follow policy in the search of a person he arrested. The prisoner was taken into the jail with a pocketknife in the shirt.
• In May 2007, Foxx was suspended one day for failure to report to work.
• In September 2009, he was suspended, then terminated for being untruthful in the investigation of an officer who reportedly choked a suspect in a controlled entryway of the Muscogee County jail. Foxx appealed the decision to the Personnel Review Board, which gave him his job back.
• In March 2012, he was suspended one day for dereliction of duty. He responded to a domestic call and failed to fill out a report or make an arrest.
He was finally fired 6 years AFTER this racial profiling incident. He was fired because he told the Marshall (who is black) that the Police Chief (who is white) made racial slurs when speaking of the Marshall. It was a lie, and he resigned following an investigation. He should have been fired following the racist views he held when this video was seen the first time in 2007.
In this video Dr. Aaron Thompson conducts Session III of a Leadership Seminar for Madison County School Principals in Richmond, KY. This is a small clip of the third of four workshop-style sessions sponsored by the Madison County Board of Education and Ripple Effects Resources and conducted on January 18, 2008. Please visit our website, www.rippleeffectsresources**** for more information about DVDs and supplementary material for workshops.
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