Critics Question Accuracy of Police Racial Profiling Report
SACRAMENTO -- Critics of a new report on law enforcement and racial profiling are questioning whether it's an accurate representation of what is actually happening. The 90-page report compiles self-reported data from police and sheriff's departments across California. "The data isn’t a gotcha game. We’re not collecting data to catch somebody in the act. We’re collecting data to understand a statewide problem and understand how it plays out and how we might be able to address it," California Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board co-chair Andrea Guerrero said.