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Racial Disparities in Traffic Stops

By Magnus Lofstrom, Joseph Hayes, Brandon Martin, Deepak Premkumar

Oct 21, 2022 ... reason for stop (including a traffic violation, reasonable suspicion, parole/probation/mandatory supervision, knowledge of outstanding ...

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Policy Brief: Racial Disparities in Traffic Stops

By Magnus Lofstrom, Joseph Hayes, Brandon Martin, Deepak Premkumar

Oct 21, 2022 ... ... reclassification policies in California public schools, and the changing composition of the state's prison and parole populations.

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Ukrainian Immigrants in California

By Hans Johnson

Mar 10, 2022 ... The Russian invasion of Ukraine has special relevance for California's Ukrainian community, one of the largest in the country.

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Police Use of Force and Misconduct in California

By Deepak Premkumar, Alexandria Gumbs, Shannon McConville, Renee Hsia

Pre-planned events, including serving arrest or search warrants and parole searches, comprised about 6 percent of reported incidents. In general, crimes in ...

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Policy Brief: Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement Stops

By Magnus Lofstrom, Joseph Hayes, Brandon Martin, Deepak Premkumar

For example, officers stop more Black people than white for reasonable suspicion, an outstanding warrant, or being on parole/probation. Agency type and ...

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Racial Disparities in Law Enforcement Stops

By Magnus Lofstrom, Joseph Hayes, Brandon Martin, Deepak Premkumar

The percent of Black residents stopped who are on parole or probation is twice ... warrant for an arrest, or mandatory supervision of a parolee/probationer.

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Who Do California’s Police Officers Stop – and Why?

By Amalia Mejia, Brandon Martin, Magnus Lofstrom

Sep 29, 2021 ... ... (6%) – including stops of individuals with an arrest warrant or known to the officer to be on parole or probation – is a distant third.