Lamberth Consulting Reports and Articles

 

Data Collection and Benchmarking of The Bias Policing Project By Dr. John C. Lamberth, Lamberth Consulting, December 2006
Ethnic Profiling in the Moscow Metro, Open Society Institute, June 2006
Practitioners Guide For Addressing Racial Profiling By Karl Lamberth, Jerry Clayton, Dr. John C. Lamberth, Lamberth Consulting, Spring 2005
Grand Rapids Police Department By Dr. John C. Lamberth, May 2004
San Antonio Report: Racial Profiling Data Analysis By Dr. John C. Lamberth, December 2003
Santa Cruz County Final Report by Dr. Cheryl A. Rickabaugh, September 2003
Kansas Final Report by Dr. John C. Lamberth, February 2003
A Holistic Approach to Racial Profiling by Karl Lamberth and Jerry L. Clayton, April 2003, Blue Line Magazine
Racial Profile Training, A Framework for Providing Effective Instruction by Karl Lamberth and Jerry L. Clayton, December, 2002, The Law Enforcement Trainer
Revised Statistical Analysis of the Incidence of Police Stops and Arrests of Black Drivers/Travelers on the New Jersey Turnpike Between Exits or Interchanges 1 and 3 from the Years 1988 through 1991, November 11, 1994.
Driving While Black; A Statistician Proves That Prejudice Still Rules the Road By John Lamberth Washington Post Sunday, August 16, 1998; Page C01.
Racial Profiling Presentation to the Congressional Black Caucus, 1998
Testimony before the Pennsylvania State House Democratic Policy Committee, 1999
Challenging Racial Profiles: Attacking Jim Crow on the Interstate, The Champion, September-October, 1999
Presentation to the National Institute of justice, Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation – Urban Benchmarks and Racial Profiling, 2000
Arizona v. Foulkes Report, 2000
The Fallacy of Racial Profiling, New York Times, May 13, 2001
Testimony before the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Corrections, October 2001

 

Other Reports and Articles

 

Department of Justice (DOJ), A Resource Guide on Racial Profiling Data Collection Systems, Promising Practices and Lessons Learned
Racially Biased Policing, A Principled Response
The New York City Police Department’s “Stop & Frisk” Practices: A Report to the People of the State of New York From The Office Of The Attorney General
Customs Releases End-of-Year Personal Search StatisticsNew Data Suggest Internal Reforms Are Beginning to Work
This study of police stop-and-search in London follows on from a report published by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)
ACLU’s special report on racial profiling – Driving While Black – Racial Profiling On Our Nation’s Highways, David Harris, June 1999.
Stories, the Statistics, and the Law: Why “Driving While Black” Matters, By David Harris, Minnesota Law Review Volume:84 Issue:2 Dated:December 1999 Pages:265 to 325
Bureau of Justice Statistics, “Contacts Between Police and the Public: Findings from the 1999 National Survey.”
Police Accountability: Establishing an Early Warning System, Sam Walker
Components of Racial Profiling Legislation, Institute on Race and Poverty, University of Minnesota Law School
Selected Highlights of the New Jersey State Interim Report of the State Police Review Team Regarding Allegations of Racial Profiling, April 1999
Final Report of the New Jersey State Review Team Regarding Allegations of Racial Profiling, July 1999
International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) resolution regarding racial profiling

Related Web Sites

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Website
ASLET, American Society of Law Enforcement Training
Google, Racial Profiling in the News
The Institute on Race & Poverty, University of Minnesota Law School
IACP, International Association of Chiefs of Police
MSNBC, Race in America
NAACP, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
NCCJ, National Conference for Community and Justice
NOBLE, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
Northeastern University: Racial Profiling Data Collection Resource Center
Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)
PoliceTraining.net
Yahoo, Racial Profiling in the News
 

Collateral

Stop Data Analysis – Cost Effective National Best Practices
Preventing Racial Profiling Practices