Racial Disparity Persists In Seattle Policing: Report

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Dallas police officers at the 33rd annual national Peace Officers Memorial Day Services on the U.S. Capitol Grounds, May, 2014. Photo by Elvert Barnes via Flickr

A monitor found some racial disparity in the use of force, but no statistically significant difference in the type or severity. Officers are more likely to point their guns at minorities but go “hands-on” with whites, according to his report . . .

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