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Thirteen Important Questions About Criminal Justice We Can’t Answer

May 15, 2016

A few weeks ago, the White House trumpeted the progress of its Police Data Initiative. The nearly one-year-old project prods local cops to publish data on their operations in a bid to increase transparency and build trust with the communities they police. The results were underwhelming. Of nearly 18,000 police agencies from coast to coast, just 53 had signed on to the effort. Of that inaugural class,eight released data on officer-involved shootings, and six published information on their officers’ use of force. Read more here. 

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