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NCJ Number: 78226 Find in a Library
Title: Urban League Presents - Opportunities in Criminal Justice
Corporate Author: Kobr
United States of America
Date Published: Unknown
Sponsoring Agency: Kobr

Urban League
Washington, DC 20010
Format: Film
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This Urban League film focuses on the police department in Sacramento, Calif., in a panel discussion of affirmative action programs and the role of minorities in law enforcement.
Abstract: Discussion topics include police salaries, promotional policies, the role of black police officers in contributing to improved police-community relations, the concept of a 'fair' law enforcement policy, and the way in which police internal investigations of citizen complaints are conducted. In addition, the work of the Law Enforcement Minority Project in Sacramento is described in terms of its goals - substantially increasing the recruitment and promotion of minorities within the criminal justice system.
Index Term(s): Black/African Americans; California; Equal opportunity employment; Films; Police affirmative action programs
Note: *This document is currently unavailable from NCJRS. This is a 16mm, color film. The total running time is 25 minutes.
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