Black and Hispanic officers both make substantially fewer stops, arrests, and use force less often. Within all racial/ethnic groups, female officers are substantially less likely to use force relative to male officers.
— Read on policingresearch.org/2020/07/01/diversity-in-policing/amp/
Nearly six in 10 Americans say “major changes” are needed to make policing better. Almost all Americans support making officers more accountable, while few support abolishing the police altogether.
— Read on news.gallup.com/poll/315962/americans-say-policing-needs-major-changes.aspx
Fewer car stop and people stops could be the cause for the rise of crime and homicide. Interesting!!!
So far in 2020, there have been around 68 homicides for every 100,000 city residents.
— Read on http://www.ksdk.com/mobile/article/news/investigations/st-louis-homicide-rate-breaks-record-amid-covid19/63-60aa0060-e4bf-42a3-a0b0-4c46043b1d78
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— Read on www.geckoboard.com/best-practice/statistical-fallacies/
Police Review Panel – Putnam County Online
— Read on www.putnamcountyny.com/policereviewpanel/
Violence in New York is up. If you ask the NYPD, the 30-year New York City crime decline is over. Police have been known to cry wolf and can see the even most beautiful blue sky as falling. But what if this time it’s true?
— Read on www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ny-oped-the-end-of-crime-decline-20200719-e77s74cv7nhxjllosarp74lp2u-story.html
We are collecting, releasing, and analyzing data on millions of traffic stops across the United States.
— Read on openpolicing.stanford.edu/
This is a collection of Police Misconduct from the Chicago Police Department. It has reports that are accessible and a dashboard where data can be filtered.
Citizens Police Data Project — Invisible Institute
— Read on invisible.institute/police-data