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1961 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Report Book 5: Justice. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1961.
CR1.1961:bk.5
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Affirmative action in Salt Lake's Criminal Justice Agencies. Utah Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. June, 1978.
CR1.2:C86/3
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Baltimore police complaint evaluation procedure. Maryland Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. July, 1980.
CR1.2:P75/15
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Bioterrorism and health care disparities : Briefing paper. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. March, 2002.
CR1.2002:/1
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Civil Rights Implications of Post-September 11 Law Enforcement Practices in New York. New York Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. March , 2004.
CR1.2:2004/024309
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Coping with Police Misconduct in West Virginia: Citizen Involvement in Officer Disciplinary Procedures: A Review of Existing Law, Legislative Initiatives, and Disciplinary Models. West Virginia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. January, 2004.
CR1.2:2004/024296
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Domestic Wiretapping in the War on Terror. Briefing Report. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 2010.
CR1.2:D2010
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Enforcing Religious Freedom in Prison. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. September, 2008.
CR1.2:R27/4
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Federal Bureau of Investigation -- Indian reservations police abuse: Hearing before the United States Commission on Civil Rights. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. May 14, 1979.
CR1.8:W27/6
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Federal immigration law enforcement in the Southwest: Civil rights impacts on border communities. Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas Advisory Committees to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. March, 1997.
CR1.2:IM6
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Follow-up to the report Police-community relations in Reno, Nevada (May, 1992). Nevada Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. February, 1999.
CR1.2:P75/27
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Hate crime in Indiana: a monitoring of the level, victims, locations and motivations. Indiana Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. June, 1994.
CR1.2:CR86
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In the Gray Shadow: Parole in Nevada. Nevada Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. November , 1976.
CR1.2:N41
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Law Enforcement: A Report on Equal Protection in the South. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1965.
CR1.2:L41
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Letter: Commission Chair Gerald Reynolds to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder regarding ACORN. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. [Washington, D.C.]. October 9, 2009.
ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now)
CR1.2009:Letter 9
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New Black Panther Investigation [draft version 1]. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. [Washington, D.C.]. 2010.
CR1.2010:NBPP1
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A Paper Commitment: Equal Employment Opportunity in the Kentucky Bureau of State Police: A Report. Kentucky State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 1978.
CR1.2:EM7/11
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Police practices and civil rights in New York City. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. August, 2000.
CR1.2:2001/038666
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Police protection of the African American community in Chicago. Illinois Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. September, 1993.
CR1.2:P75/24
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Police protection of the African American community in Chicago: An Update. Illinois Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. June, 1999.
CR1.2:P75/24/999
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Police-community relations in Southern West Virginia. West Virginia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. March, 1993.
CR1.2:P75/23
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Police-community relations in Tampa - An update. Florida Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. September, 1991.
CR1.2:P75/26
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Police-community relations in Washington, DC. District of Columbia Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. June, 1981.
CR1.2:P75/17
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Policing in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ohio Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. January, 1981.
CR1.2:P75/16
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Practicas policiales y la preservation de Los derechos civiles. Declaraciones de la Comision de Derechos Civiles de Los Estados Unidos. Washington, DC. Julio de , 1980.
CR1.2:P75/12/980/Spanish
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Race Neutral Enforcement of the Law? - The U.S. Department of Justice and the New Black Panther Party Investigation: An Interim Report. U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, D.C.. December, 2010.
CR1.2010:nbpp3
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Racial Profiling in Vermont: Briefing Report. Briefing Report. Vermont Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. 2008.
CR1.2:rvt2008
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Report on California: Police-Minority Group Relations. California Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. August, 1963.
CR1.2:P75
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Revisiting who is guarding the guardians? A Report on police practices and civil rights in America. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. November, 2000.
CR1.2:P75/28
[Internet]

Statement of the United States Commission on Civil Rights concerning the Detroit police department's racial promotion quota. Washington, DC. January 17, 1984.
CR1.2:P75/22
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Toward an understanding of Johnson. Clearinghouse Publication no. 94. United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. October, 1987.
CR1.10:94
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Use and abuse of police powers: Law enforcement practices and the minority community in New Jersey. New Jersey Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Washington, DC. July, 1994.
CR1.2:P75/25
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