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Obama to Police: Less Call of Duty Weapons, More Call of Data

May 18, 2015

The White House is pushing police departments to share more information on officer behavior. Under the data program, 21 police departments have elected to share information about police use of force, pedestrian and vehicle stops, officer-involved shootings, police behavior, and other data sets on law enforcement activity. The initiative is similar to one created recently by the Center for Policing Equity out of UCLA, which collects and analyzes data sets shared by roughly 20 police departments across the nation. Read article here

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