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Frontlines: Policing at the Nexus of Race and Mental Health

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Title:Frontlines: Policing at the Nexus of Race and Mental Health
Authors:Camille A. Nelson
Date Issued:2016
Publisher:Fordham Urban Law Journal
Citation:Camille A. Nelson, Frontlines: Policing at the Nexus of Race and Mental Health, 43 FORDHAM URB. L.J. 615 (2016).
Series:Camille Nelson
Abstract:Part I of this Article briefly explores disabling constructions that create a reality of disparate police interactions for people of color and mentally vulnerable individuals. Part II analyzes criminal law encounters in which police officers have escalated arguably minor interactions with people of color in the face of subjectively interpreted disrespect and noncompliance.
Pages/Duration:70 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/69989
Appears in Collections: Nelson, Camille (Dean)


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