More Whites Than Blacks are Killed by the Police : The Raw Numerical Data
|Author: ||Ulloth, Dana|
Dr. Ulloth examines the data concerning raw numbers of civilians that are killed by Police. He examines the perception of the numbers and the interesting realities found within the data. It considers the reasons for the disparities between public perception and the raw data.
"The purpose here is to examine the data several approaches to evaluate numbers against several criteria to gain a accurate picture of those numbers as possible. Using the results of that analysis, the paper concludes with some suggestions regarding how society might proceed."
From the Introduction
Table of Contents
Academic Interest in Police Killings
Unfortunate Encounters: Examples
Killing by Officials: A Developing Story
Populations, Sets, and Comparisons
Deaths Per Millions Within Each Race
Between Group Comparisons
Risks Among Officers of the Law
Assessing the Data: Suggestions for the Steps Forward
Who Had an Interest in Improving Police-Citizen Relations?
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