‘Waarom ik?’: Een kwalitatieve analyse van meldingen van etnisch profileren door de KMar en de Douane op luchthavens.

Translated title of the contribution: "Why me?": A qualitative analysis of complaints of ethnic profiling by the Dutch Royal Military Police and Dutch Customs at airports.

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Abstract

In 2020, a coalition against ethnic profiling established a taskforce to handle complaints of people who have experienced ethnic profiling by the Dutch Royal Military Police and/or the Dutch Customs at airports. In this article, 31 complaints that have been received between February 2020 and March 2021 have been analyzed in a qualitative way. The results show that when people with an ethnic stigma are not informed (properly) about why they have been selected, stopped and searched, and treated as suspects instead of false positives, they feel racially profiled, yet take little or no further action in addition to the complaints.
Translated title of the contribution"Why me?": A qualitative analysis of complaints of ethnic profiling by the Dutch Royal Military Police and Dutch Customs at airports.
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)6-21
JournalCrimmigratie en Recht
Volume6
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2022

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