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Introduction

Welcome to the Drug Reform Coordination Network's racial profiling feature. This section presents the full set of racial profiling documents released by the New Jersey Attorney General's office on Monday, November 27th, 2000. We have redacted (marked over) certain names, addresses and other identifying information, in cases where dissemination of such information on the Internet seemed to raise privacy issues. We have used our best judgment on a case by case basis, striving to protect individual privacy, but without unnecessarily deleting information that is already extremely likely to be discussed publicly. If you spot places where you feel we should have marked out personal information but didn't, or where we did remove names and you think we didn't need to, please write us at [email protected], and we will take your comments into consideration.

We applaud the decision of the New Jersey Attorney General's office to make these important documents public, especially their decision to distribute copies of the complete on CD-Rom. In the age of the Internet, however, we believe that this information can and should be made available as widely as possible. The current availability of the documents -- only to individuals visiting the archive room in Trenton, or to media outlets paying $1,000 for CD copies and sending someone to Trenton to pick their copies up -- falls short of that goal. That is why we are making the documents available in full on our web site -- so that small media outlets, social justice organizations, attorneys, legislators, and concerned individuals around the world -- critics of police tactics, as well as their defenders -- can access this information directly and decide for themselves.

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