(18d) Battle between different coloured people
- Introduce quota that force police departments to employ people in top positions that reflect society and thus many will have to employ bosses of all colours, making it more difficult to claim police are racist.
- Ensure that top positions at justice departments reflect society. In addition, juries should also reflect all layers of society and thus in a mixed society juries should also be mixed to reflect that society. However, during racial tensions, the composition should be different. If only one judge is present, he/she should be of an independent race (e.g. an oriental judge when there is a conflict between black and white people). Better still would be the presence of three judges, i.e. a black, white and oriental judge as this would also stimulate people of different colours to work together. Equally, then juries should be 1/3 white, 1/3 black and 1/3 oriental and maybe even come from outside to determine the murder was not due to racist motives. (Imagine when in a certain society most people are of a certain colour and a person of another colour is murdered, then every 'race' should determine whether the killing is not due to racism in that society while a jury that reflects that society will automatically be the colour of the murderer and thus a racist society will protect the murderer.)
- Also the prosecutor should always be considered as neutral. But certainly in these sensitive racial cases people should be able to trust the person and thus they may be appointed by a higher order such as the Federal Justice Department (that employs people of different colours) and come from outside so they can be considered as really independent and not being influenced by local policies.
- Governments themselves should also try to be a mixture of people that reflect society although of course, as here people are elected, they should represent the decision of voters, and not necessary of society (e.g. if people of a certain group decide not to vote than they will have few representatives in Parliament and thus should not complain).