In 2018 Amnesty International Belgium decided to do some research into ethnic profiling by interrogating police officers. 48 police officers of nine different police forces agreed to be interviewed. Although 20 participants explicitly stated they are against ethnic profiling, 24 police officers admitted the phenomenon exists. Amnesty International therefore concludes that more attention should be paid to ethnic profiling in Belgium and that there is a need for transparency by making registration obligatory.
Doctoral and Early Career Training School 'Researching the Experiences of Police Stops' - Call for Expressions of Interest
We are beginning to learn more about the practice of stops and searches conducted in public spaces by police officers.…Read more
An action research on the problematic practices and/or mechanisms of police district of Schaerbeek-Evere-St-Josse (PolBruNo). Carroll Tange and Sarah Van…Read more
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