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Wash. Law Adds Bikers To Profiling List

April 18, 2011  | 


Photo: Flickr (Stuart R Brown).

Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire has signed into law a bill that outlaws profiling of motorcyclists by state troopers and local law enforcement officers, reports the Seattle Times.

The new law requires the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs and the Criminal Justice Training Commission to add a statement condemning motorcycle profiling to their existing policies banning racial profiling.

Read the full story at SeattleTimes.com.


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Michael @ 4/19/2011 7:01 PM

This Gov.Gregoire is a complete idiot. We have enough problems without crap like this. This guy is just clueless or on the take. Maybe he wants to run for the white house with these bright ideas. I hope the US Attorney looks into this guy, this just doesn't sound right to me.

kornwall ken @ 11/1/2012 2:19 AM

This is how nazi Germany started....what ever country yopur in the government would have you in bed for 6 o clock if they could..

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