Policing Race and Place in Indian Country is the first book to explore Native Americans' perspectives on the way law enforcement operates in Indian Country. In particular, it addresses the ways in which Native American communities_expecially those in and around reservations_are both overDand underpoliced in ways that perpetuate both the criminalization and victimization of Native Americans as nations and as individuals.
|Book:||Policing Race And Place In Indian Country: Over- And Under-Enforcement (Critical Perspectives On Crime And Inequality)|
|Number of Pages:||132|
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