A recently published two-year study of the Minneapolis police force, the agency responsible for George Floyd’s death, found a significant history of racist
police tactics that violates Civil Rights Laws. “Minnesota’s largest police agency stops, searches, arrests, uses force against and kills people of color —
especially Black people — at starkly higher rates than white people, according to the 72-page report.” ( https://www.startribune.com/minnesota-departmentof-human-rights-to-release-civil-rights-findings/600168389/). In addition, the report found that officers who violated protocols during arrests were not
disciplined. If you were placed in charge of reforming this agency, how might you apply insights from the Stanford Prison Experiment to end systemic racism
in the Minneapolis Police?