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  • KPBS: Police in SD more likely to shoot nonwhite suspects


    From KPBS: “The realities in San Diego County mirror those nationwide. In January to March 2022, police in the United States have shot and killed an average of three people a day, and just 44% of them were white, according to the nationwide advocacy organization Campaign Zero’s Mapping Police Violence project.”

  • LA Times: ‘Police Scorecard’ raises questions…


    From the LA Times: 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…

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