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Are the Outcomes of Stops Different Across Racial Groups?

In this data story, we explore the outcomes of traffic stops. Is there a difference by race in the issuance rate of warnings, tickets or some other outcome? In particular, is there a difference by race in terms of the type of infractions imposed on drivers based on the reason for the stop. 

The Racial Profiling Prohibition Project is a statewide effort led by the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy (IMRP) to understand the ...

Traffic Stop Statistics in Connecticut

In partnership with the Institute for Municipal and Regional Policy at Central Connecticut State University, we are providing an overview of the three years of data collected as part of the Racial Profiling Prohibition Project. 

  1. First, we look at the different traffic stop categories: Motor Vehicle Violations, Equipment Violations, and Investigative Stops.
  2. Then, we examine the breakdown of those categories into reasons why drivers get pulled over. Some reasons may fall under different categories. For ...

Notes from the road: CT Data attends APDU Conference!

September and October were two busy months here at the Connecticut Data Collaborative. We traveled to two national conferences, offered several presentations as panelists and as the keynote speaker, and have been continued to lead workshops intended to increase data literacy. In the next series of blog posts, we want to share updates and lessons we have learned from the workshops we attended and panelists and partners we've met.

To start, we would like ...

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