Police, Equity, and Child Health

Source: American Academy of Pediatrics
Date Published: 2016

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This article explores the extent to which police treatment functions as a social determinant of health, with unique implications for children, and provides recommendations for clinicians, researchers, and advocates. Three types of police exposure can influence child and adolescent health: Racial profiling, police violence, and caregiver encounters with police.

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