German police don′t use racial profiling, says ministry | Europe| News and current affairs from around the continent | DW


Stephan Mayer, a Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) deputy to Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, told the Bild newspaper that racist allegations leveled at police were “completely groundless and absurd.” 

On Monday, the Higher Administrative Court in Munster — in Germany’s most populous state North Rhine-Westphalia — ruled that two officers had violated the equality of treatment precept anchored in Germany’s post-war constitution.

The case was launched in 2013 by a 43-year-old dark-skinned German who was stopped and told to present his passport at Bochum’s railway station.



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