Data Protection in the Police Sector in Europe: a Failure to Regulate

This report looks at debates on so-called "racial profiling" and the fact that despite condemnation, European states continue to collect data on ethnicity and religion and use it prejudicially in their policing, immigration and counter-terrorism policies.

Published in "Ethnic Profiling by Police in Europe" in 2005 by the Open Society Justice Initiative. Contact OSI Justice Initiatives for hard copies, free PDF download available.


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