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"Readable and interesting...a fine work that offers fresh insights into how the police enforce hate crime laws."
-Law and Politics Book Review
"This useful and timely book deals with the ethnographic basis of hate crime."
"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|