The current report examines racial disparities in use of force across 12 law enforcement departments from geographically and demographically diverse locations and reveals that racial disparities in police use of force persist even when controlling for racial distribution of local arrest rates. Additionally, multiple participating departments still demonstrated racial disparities when force incidents were benchmarked exclusively against Part I violent arrests, such that Black residents were still more likely than Whites to be targeted for force.
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Title:: The Science of Justice, Race, Arrests, and Police Use of Force
Publication date: 2016-07-01
Publication Year: 2016 Steven Raphael
, Phillip Atiba Goff
, Tracey Lloyd
, Amanda Geller
, Jack Glaser
Center for Policing Equity
, police use
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