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"This useful and timely book deals with the ethnographic basis of hate crime."
"Readable and interesting...a fine work that offers fresh insights into how the police enforce hate crime laws."
-Law and Politics Book Review,
"A very well written analysis of the process of enforcing hate crimes. Policing Hatred illuminates basic matters of policing in a democratic society-balancing victims’ rights versus the rights of suspects, the role of public ignorance and political pressure on police work, and the quite striking decency of these investigators. . . . Will be a ‘must read’ for all social scientists interested in hate crime as well as scholars in criminal justice, law, sociology, and political science in the area of police studies."
-Peter K. Manning,Brooks Chair of Policing and Criminal Justice, College of Criminal Justice, Northeastern University
|2||The framework of police decision-making in hate crime cases||12|
|3||Integration and hate crime : the institutionalization of civil rights law||28|
|4||Investigation : detectives and the making of hate crime||48|
|5||The difficulty of hate crime investigation||83|
|6||Police culture and hate crime||113|
|7||The decision to seek charges||134|
|8||Prosecutors and the courts||160|