Half of 2015 Police Killings Wrongly Classified

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More than half of all police killings in 2015 were wrongly classified as not having been the result of interactions with officers, a new Harvard study has found, The Guardian reports. The finding is the latest to show government databases seriously undercounting the number of people killed by police. “Right now the data quality is bad and unacceptable,” said lead researcher Justin Feldman . . .

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