Police Accountability

Is this even possible?

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In the summer of 2020, when protests against the police were peaking, a Gallup poll was released that showed 94% of individuals supported changes made to policing. (58% supported major changes, 36% supported minor changes.) This number has presumably gone down over the past year, but it’s fair to say that a strong majority of Americans want updates and improvements to how our police…




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Davin Hall

Davin Hall

Formerly a law enforcement data analyst. Currently testing the notion of whether quitting your job to follow your dream is really a good idea. Twitter: @geogeng

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