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Four Perspectives on Police and Racial Bias
Lorie Fridell Associate professor, University of South Florida Department of Criminology. A racist is a person with explicit bias. But in modern society prejudice is more likely to manifest as implicit bias, which produces discriminatory behavior even in individuals who at the conscious level reject prejudice. What we haven't been doing is talking to officers about how they might be impacted by implicit biases.