The long arm of racial profiling;Rather than denying it exists, suburbs' chiefs target practice
[Milwaukee, WI]

By Lawrence Sussman
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
March 24, 2001

(Milwaukee, WI) - They no longer deny it exists, and racial profiling is clearly now in the sights of suburban police chiefs.

Just last week, the issue took up the better part of a day at the Wisconsin Chiefs of Police Association convention in Oshkosh.

In Mequon, which some have considered the poster community for racial profiling, Police Chief E. Doyle Barker quietly issued an order forbidding the stopping of motorists simply because of the color of their skin.

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