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GUIDANCE FOR FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES REGARDING THE USE OF RACE, ETHNICITY, GENDER, NATIONAL ORIGIN, RELIGION, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, OR GENDER IDENTITY
[T]his Guidance does not apply to interdiction activities in the vicinity of the border, or to protective, inspection, or screening activities. - Page 2, footnote 2. - DOJ, Dec. 8, 2014.
A Dangerous Precedent: Why Allow Racial Profiling at or Near the Border?
Feds: Racial profiling is bad...except at airports and the border