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According to the American Civil Liberties Union the definition of racial profiling is a discriminatory practice in which law enforcement uses the basis of race, religion, or national origin as the sole purpose for determining their level of suspicion for that person having committed a crime (ACLU 1). This definition basically states that it can be considered racial profiling for an officer to have an interaction with a person based solely on fact of race, religion, or ethnicity. This in itself is an accurate definition for racial profiling and hits the key facts that must be used. In order for an interaction to be considered racial profiling the interaction should have been initiated by a member of law enforcement solely based on the race, national origin, or religion. These disparities were almost always facts in the pasts of many cities, particularly Los Angeles. The question that must be asked is, “Is racial profiling still something that is seen in Los Angeles?” The answer is a resounding “maybe.” There are debates over what certain facts and figures mean and whether they …
 
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