Assistant Professor Schaible offered testimony to the Colorado legislative committee on policing at the beginning of September. His comments were discussed in “Colorado considers law forcing police to collect racial profiling data” in the Denver Post on Sept. 7, 2015.
“Lonnie Schaible, an assistant criminal justice professor at the University of Colorado Denver, walked legislators through the pitfalls of data collection and what would be needed to have a legitimate program. He agreed a statewide program would be expensive, and he said it would take three to four years to collect enough information to identify trends.”
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