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Published: 18/03/2014
Y10 Y11 | Law and justice | Rights and responsibilities
7 pages

Institutional racism? Reforms to 'stop and search'

Against the backdrop of Theresa May’s summer 2013 call to review police ‘stop and search’ powers, students explore who is most likely to be stopped and searched, and how many such searches lead to arrest. Students are then challenged to propose alternative ways of running the process.      
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