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Notes on contributors vii Introduction: policing and racism in the limelight - the politics and context of the Lawrence Report xi Michael Rowe 1 The historical context: policing and black people in post-war Britain 1 James Whitfield 2 Diversity or anarchy? The post-Macpherson blues 18 Eugene McLaughlin 3 Police diversity training: a silver-bullet tarnished? 43 Michael Rowe and Jon Garland 4 Understanding Institutional Racism: the Stephen Lawrence inquiry and the police service reaction 66 Anna Souhami 5 Black Police Associations and the Lawrence Report 88 Simon Holdaway and Megan O'Neill 6 Policing Muslim communities 107 Neil Chakraborti 7 Macpherson, police stops and institutionalised racism 128 Kevin Stenson and P.A.J. Waddington 8 Reform by crisis: the murder of Stephen Lawrence 148 and a socio-historical analysis of developments in the conduct of major crime investigations Mark Roycroft, Jennifer Brown and Martin Innes 9 View from within: the realities of promoting race and diversity inside the police service 165 Brian Holland Index 189