An analysis of Chicago Police Department data from July 1, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016 found while the city and police department have made “great strides in its efforts to reform its policies and practices and public image within the past two years,” police stops of black civilians “outnumbered stops of other racial and ethnic groups by a significant margin.” And black and Latino civilians “were significantly more likely to be patted down” than white civilians.(Chart via “The Consultant’s Second Semi-Annual Report Investigatory Stop & Protective Pat Down Agreement,” March 2018.)

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