Police officer's 'gangster clothing' remarks were just clumsy, says IPCC

Officer who pulled over Bentley driver in London told him black people with such clothes were more likely to be stoppedA police officer who pulled over a black man driving a Bentley and told him black people in “gangster-style clothing” were more likely to be the targets of similar stops was guilty of no more than clumsy language, according to the police watchdog.The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said that while the officer’s comments could have constituted misconduct, they were not made maliciously and came in the context of what...

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By: The Guardian - Thursday, 7 December

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