Diverse Neighborhoods Could Reduce Police Shootings of Blacks, Hispanics: Study

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San Francisco police. Photo by Torbakhopper via Flickr

Researchers studying nearly 1,700 fatal interactions with police between 2013 and 2015 concluded that desegregation dramatically reduces the risks of black males being killed by police officers. Higher levels of segregation increased the odds for Hispanic males . . .

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