BART adopts policing reforms after report shows racial disparities

January 13, 2021

By Maya Akkaraju

From the article: "BART police is adopting six recommendations after an outside study showed racial disparities in police stops and use of force.

The report, conducted by the Center for Policing Equity, analyzed BART policing practices from 2012 to 2017 and was released to the public Friday. According to the report, key findings include that Black individuals compromise 64% of those who BART police used force on despite making up 9% of those served..."

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