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 example, a stop for registration may be either a motor vehicle violation or an equipment violation. 
  3. Finally, we analyze the various outcomes of the traffic stops.

To read the full report of the Racial Profiling Prohibition Project, click here.

Download the Year 3 raw data here.