LA Times: ‘Police Scorecard’ raises questions
By James Queally
Insight: A national criminal justice reform group published an analysis Wednesday that found nearly half the people seriously injured or killed by police in California’s largest cities in recent years were unarmed during the encounters.
Campaign Zero, which aims to reduce police violence in the U.S., released its “Police Scorecard” in the hopes of shaping future legislative and police policy decisions in California around statistics that it argues highlight inherent bias and other problematic trends in American law enforcement, organizers said.
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