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Roland G. Fryer Jr. is an economics professor at Harvard. Distressed by what he was seeing in the treatment of black men like Michael Brown and Freddie Gray, Fryer commissioned a study on how the rol…

Roland G. Fryer Jr. is an economics professor at Harvard. Distressed by what he was seeing in the treatment of black men like Michael Brown and Freddie Gray, Fryer commissioned a study on how the role race play in the use of lethal force by police.  07112016b 1

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Comment by Clifford Black on August 24, 2016 at 6:15am

If more of us would do the work this problem could be addressed in a real way!

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Comment by Adam White on August 23, 2016 at 5:56pm

"The FBI has for years collected information about people killed by police officers, but reporting is voluntary and only 3 percent of the nation’s 18,000 police departments comply. As a result, the data is virtually useless, Klinger and others say."

From the same Washington Post article.

Comment by Adam White on August 23, 2016 at 5:55pm

"In perhaps the most significant development, the Justice Department announced Monday (10/05/2015) that it, too, is keeping a database of deaths in police custody — the first effort by federal officials to assemble accurate information about such killings as they happen. Until now, federal officials have relied on local police to report officer-involved shootings, but reporting is voluntary and typically occurs months after the fact."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/fbi-director-calls-lack-of-...

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