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CPE Study Supports Suspicion That Police Use of Force Is More Likely on Blacks

July 09, 2016
The vast majority of interactions between police officers and civilians end routinely, with no one injured, no one aggrieved and no one making the headlines. But when force is used, a new study from the Center for Policing Equity has found, the race of the person being stopped by officers is significant. Read the full article on the New York Times. 

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