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Racial injustices and economic inequalities are evident throughout the criminal justice system. These are attributed to many factors such as the pretrial and detention process. The foundation of bail and pretrial policies in colonial times began the cycle of racial and economic disparities in the justice system. To reduce these disparities, currently practiced pretrial policies must be analyzed and adjusted to combat these insecurities that develop. The purpose of this study is to suggest pretrial policies that reduce racial and economic insecurities in the criminal justice system because these negatively impact the lives of people of color in the United States. research topic, research questions, participants, methods, results, data analysis, and conclusions.