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Although these representations are not completely negative, it cannot be said that they are completely positive either. "Reality" police television programs, which showcase Black criminals front and center, are another throwback. For instance, on the shows Cops, Final Justice, and Highway Patrol, Black suspects are commonly videotaped cursing at law-enforcement officials and otherwise disrespecting the law. The poor, homeless, drug-addicted, mentally unstable, and hardened criminals are lumped together as Black crime threats.

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These patrols, enumerated by the slave codes, were the first uniquely American form of policing. Slave patrollers, who worked in conjunction with the militia, were permitted to stop, search, and beat slaves who did not have proper permission to be away from their plantation. Whites in every community were enlisted to participate in the patrols. In Alabama, for example, all slave owners under age 60 and all other Whites under age 45 were legally required to perform slave patrol duties. 13 At their core, the slave codes denied slaves political, social, and economic equality.

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