Police shootings continue daily, despite a pandemic, protests and pushes for reform

July 30 2021

From the article: "In a 2016 report, the Center for Policing Equity, a research group, studied use-of-force data — from fatal police shootings to physical encounters — for a dozen police departments and found stark racial disparities. The report found that the average use-of-force rate for Black people was 2.5 times higher than the overall rate and 3.6 times the rate for White people."

By Mark Berman, Julie Tate, and Jennifer Jenkins

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