Half police forces to end recording race on stop and search

Thursday, 29 September 2011

stop_and_search_londonBy Zephaniah Samuels

The police will no longer be required to record of the ethnicity of those they stop and search at a time when Home Office figures show that black people are 26.6 times more likely to be subject to this power.

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