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Background. The Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA) was formed as part of AB953 (Weber, 2016). The Racial and Identity Profiling Advisory Board (RIPA Board) is a diverse group of members that represent the public, law enforcement and educators. At the direction of the Legislature, their charge is to eliminate racial and identity profiling,...What is Ripa (racial and identity Profiling Act)?
In 2015, the Governor signed Assembly Bill 953, known as the Racial and Identity Profiling Act (RIPA) which requires the collection of specified demographic data by law enforcement agencies.Why join Ripa?
Our website was the first of its kind in the industrial packaging industry and is a great source of information. RIPA’s meetings give you access to a wide range of important information about emerging business trends, new technologies and industry developments.Who is on the Ripa board?
As required by AB 953, on July 1, 2016, the Attorney General established the RIPA Board for the purpose of eliminating racial and identity profiling, and improving diversity and racial and identity sensitivity in law enforcement. The current RIPA Board members include: Manjusha (Manju) P. Kulkarni, ESQ.