OTHER WORDS FROM overpoliceo·ver·po·lic·ing, noun
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That is, assuming they’re not overpoliced by the adults on the playground.
The laws furthered mass incarceration and disproportionately impacted impoverished people and people of color—community groups often overpoliced to begin with—as crack cocaine has historically been more accessible to poorer Americans.SCOTUS Hears Case That Could Impact Sentencing For Many ‘Low-Level’ Crack Cocaine Offenders|Madeleine Carlisle|May 3, 2021|Time