Traffic Stop Data Analysis and Findings, 2013-2014
Group: Racial Profiling Prohibition Project
The analysis in this report is an important step towards fostering a transparent dialogue between law enforcement and the public at large in Connecticut. Although there has always been widespread public support for the equitable treatment of individuals across racial demographics, recent national headlines have brought this issue to the forefront of American consciousness and created a contentious national debate about policing practices. This report not only aligns with the goals of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, but also comes at a time when the national debate surrounding fair policing has reached a crescendo. This report is intended to present the results from the analysis in the most transparent and unbiased manner possible. These results are presented in the hope of promoting a fact-based dialogue among police, policy makers, and the citizens of Connecticut.
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