This new report from the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality takes a look at how girls of color are consistently arrested by and referred to school-based police officers in disproportionate numbers. It shows how black girls are 2.6 times as likely to be referred to law enforcement on campus and are nearly four times as likely to get arrested in school. Latinas are also heavily disproportionately affected by the presence of school-based police officers. The report outlines how these officers lack specific and regular training for these interactions, resulting in unnecessary arrests and possibly allowing implicit racial biases to cloud judgement. Concluding the report are policy and practice recommendations made in order to help teachers, administrators and school-based officers address in-school issues with girls of color without resorting to arrests or unnecessary interactions.