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City Attorney Is Writing the Law to Distance City Attorney From Police Oversight

July 6, 2021

From the article: "The dissatisfaction with the ordinance process comes amid the release of a study by the Center for Policing Equity that found that people of color were more likely to be stopped and searched by San Diego police than White people. According to the report, which examined data between 2017 and 2020, Black San Diegans were 3.5 times more likely to be stopped by police compared to White people, and five times more likely to be subjected to use of force. Asian and Latinx people were 1.5 times more likely to be stopped by police than White people."

 

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