Every now and then, the police cross the line between necessary force and brutality. What constitutes police brutality, what causes it, who its victims are, its effects on society, and ways police brutality can be prevented are examined in this book.
"This book is certainly up-to-date, and presents in unbiased, well-reasoned discussion of the subject. There are copious notes and an equally list of books and other sources consulted, as well as contact information on organizations mentioned in the text."
-- School Library Journal (October 2001)
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