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House bill would bar police
from setting ticket quotas
By EDWARD KLEINE The bill, introduced by state
Special to the Daily Rep. Perry Bullard (D-Ann Arbor),
LANSING - Police will no would also bar police forces from
longer be allowed to set quotas for evaluating officer performance on
traffic and parking tickets if the the basis of how many tickets they
state legislature passes a new bill write.
preventing quotas. "We're trying to get the (police)
The proposal is currently under to concentrate on crime, and not
consideration in the state House of traffic," said David Cahill, Bullard's
Representatives. legal advisor. He said state police
Pool increases by 10%
(continued from Pagei) reports have not had an extreme im -
pact upon minority students' deci -
67 percent - the highest jump in sion to apply to the University.
the University. "Reports of racial concern have
Vanhecke thinks recent national raised the concern of minorities, but
publicity of racial tension at the they must ultimately weigh the
University appears to have caused pros and cons for themselves; those
some concern among prospective who really want to attend the Uni -
minority students, especially a - versity don't get completely turned
mong Black applicants. But the off."
forces are "frittering away their re -
sources" by devoting too much
time to writing tickets.
Most Michigan police forces,
including Ann Arbor's, operate
upon a quota system, according to
Cahill. "In my area it's a revenue
Michigan state police think the
bill would hinder their ability to en -
force traffic laws by making officers
less accountable for their perform.-
ance, said State Police Sergent Vein
"If I can't judge an officer's per-
formance, there's less incentive for
the officer to do his job effect -
ively," he said. "If he were so in -
clined, a police officer could park
the patrol car and go to sleep for
eight hours." Reidsma added he
would have no way logging an offi -
cers daily activities.
unily 'hoto by JOHN MUP44I
Dr. Charles Moody, the University's new Vice Provost, for Minority
Affairs, stands in his office filled with flowers and balloons to celebrate
his new position.
Vice provost named
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Moody will act as a liason be -
tween minority students and fa -
culty, relaying their concerns to the
executive officers. Moody's posi -
tion was elevated to the provost
level last March by University Pre-
sident Harold Shapiro as part of the
University's six point plan to dem -
onstrate its commitment to minor -
As provost Moody hopes to
improve the quality of academic and
non-academic life for minority stu -
dents and faculty. In addition to as -
sessing the strengths and weakness-
es of the present programs concrn-
ing minority recruitment and reten -
tion, Moody plans on developing
"I hope to create new variations
or new approaches to the same
theme. I want to try to develop
some novel, unique, innovative
ways of recruiting and tapping into
minority organizations. I will try to
maximize the resources we have at,
our disposal," he said.
As director of the Program for
Educational Opportunity, Moody
has been actively involved in efforts
to curb race and sex discrimination
in public schools throughout Mich -
igan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
Moody believes that one of the
biggest problems facing minority
students is their lack of recognitio
at the University. "I would like t
see theUniversity value diversity as
a strength, not a weakness. People
have a tendency to discount things
that minorites do and contribute to
the institution. Minority students
have earned a right to be here, not
because someone lowered standards
for them," he said.
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