The other day, The Times (London) carried one of the lamest letters to the editor I've seen, considering it was from someone who signed her name Dr. Jane Mott (from Baku, Azerbaijan). The letter was in response to, among other things, the failure of the police to act when they had received information that teenage girls had been turned into sex slaves in an area with a large Muslim population.
She writes, "The implicit assumptions that unthinkingly associate ... young women with lying and provocative behavior, require immediate challenge.... The Government should immediately require all recruits, and all serving police officers, to undergo training that would challenge attitudes towards those who do not fit the white, male, middle-class norm."
Actually, I thought the problem in this instance was that the police didn't act because they were worried about the flack they would get for going after Muslims. That is the result of too much training rather than a lack of it.