By Leigh Culver
Latino immigration to the Midwest has had an important impression on police-community relatives, quite, in smaller groups traditionally unaccustomed to various ethnic teams. This e-book describes the studies of legislations enforcement enterprises in 3 Mid-Missouri groups and their efforts to evolve to their altering demographics whereas holding present family members with the bulk inhabitants. The findings demonstrate that the connection among legislation enforcement and the bulk groups used to be confident and supportive. there have been a number of demanding situations, although, to the improvement of a cooperative police-Latino dating. those incorporated the language barrier, worry of the police, immigration concerns and the character of contacts among the police and Latino neighborhood.
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M. until midnight; still others work cleanup on the C Setting the Context 39 shift (midnight till 6:00AM), or swing shifts. Little time is left to meet and socialize with people outside of work. Socializing is often limited to having a beer or two after work; playing in a softball or bowling league with coworkers; shopping, doing laundry, or going to the park on Sunday-the only day off when the plants are running at capacity. Many workers live in trailer courts on the outskirts of town, in apartment complexes hastily constructed to meet the demands of rapid growth, or in run-down residential motels-their neighbors most often line workers like themselves.
Family traditions and values in the Latino culture also affect relations with the police. The father is traditionally considered the decision maker, disciplinarian and the head of the household (Shusta et al. 2002). Therefore, “the arrest of a Hispanic father may be seen as an attack on the authority figure which must be resisted in order for status to be maintained” (Carter 1983, 217). Further, in general law enforcement contact with Latino families, addressing the father first may be more culturally appropriate (Shusta et al.
A study in Richmond, Virginia by Smith and Petrocelli (2001) revealed that minority drivers were more likely to be stopped than white drivers. Once stopped, however, minorities were less likely to experience consent searches and half as likely to be subjected to a legal sanction (arrest, ticket) than whites. The authors suggested that the officers could have altered their behavior due to the study or that minorities were more likely to be stopped on weaker evidence that would not withstand legal scrutiny.