This report on racism and policing in Britain bringa together academics, practitioners and activists to examine the state of policing and its effects on black and minority ethnic communities:
"In Britain, black and minority ethnic people are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system at every level, from arrests to stop and search, to imprisonment, to deaths in custody. Successive governments' counter-terrorism policies have resulted in racial profiling and over-policing of Muslim and Asian communities, and have fed a pervasive Islamophobia now affecting Britain and other European societies."
Contributors to this report tacke these issues and more head on.
There was been extensive news coverage of the report, see the below links for some of the articles:
Race, Policing and the Quality of our Lives, Eddie Bruce-Jones - Huffington Post
Still no accountability for racism in the forces, Nadine El-Enany - Left Foot Forward