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Despite Numerous Reports of Racial Inequality in Policing, New Study Finds Police Officers More Likely than Others to Endorse Colorblind Beliefs

Police officers — veterans and rookies alike — are more likely than others to say they see no differences in color and that they treat every person equally, according to a new study out of the University of Illinois. A team of social scientists at the university partnered with the U. of I. Police Training Institute to examine the racial attitudes of law enforcement personnel in the U.S. Read more here. 

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