Police shootings 2016 database Washington PostJason Michael Robison, a 32-year-old white man armed with a gun, was shot on Dec. 31, 2016, in Huntingdon shot by police in 2015. There were 32 fewer fatal shootings in 2016 than in 2015. Number of those fatally shot by police. 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 Jan. March May July Sept. Nov. 2015 995 2016 963
Do Police Kill More White People Than Black People? SnopesIn absolute numbers, more white people than black people are killed in police shootings (because white people outnumber black people in America). In September 2016, the ongoing issue of police shootings and race came to a head after a white police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, shot and killed Terence Crutcher,
US police shootings: How many die each year? BBC News18 Jul 2016 On Sunday morning, three police officers were shot dead in Baton Rouge. This attack came just 10 days after five police officers were killed in Dallas. Both events were revenge attacks for the killing of young black men by police. The bloodshed has shocked the US, leading President Barack Obama to call
Fact check: More whites shot by police in 2015 than minorities?12 Jul 2016 Moreover, the trends in the first six months of 2016 mirrored the trends from 2015. Black people were shot at 2.5 times the rate of white people. About half of the sheer number of people fatally shot by police in 2016 were white, and about half were minorities. Compared to the same period in 2015, there was
Police Kill Too Many Innocent People—White and Black Time14 Jul 2016 However, on black people and the cops, the stakes are grievously high. Our conversation must be based on facts, and the facts in 2016 are different than they once were. We can all agree that the police kill too many innocent people, but at this point, we can disagree—as eminently reasonable minds—that
The Counted: tracking people killed by police in the United StatesThe Counted: tracking people killed by police in the United States. A Guardian investigation revealed the true number of people killed by law enforcement, told the stories of who they were, and established the trends in how they died. The US Forced to fire Are US police hiding behind 'suicide by cop' shootings?
Young black men again faced highest rate of US police killings in 20168 Jan 2017 They were also killed at four times the rate of young white men. Racial disparities persisted in 2016 even as the total number of deaths caused by police fell slightly. In all, 1,091 deaths were recorded for 2016, compared with 1,146 logged in 2015. Several 2015 deaths only came to light last year, suggesting
Young black men killed by US police at highest rate in year of 1,13431 Dec 2015 Despite making up only 2% of the total US population, African American males between the ages of 15 and 34 comprised more than 15% of all deaths logged this year by an ongoing investigation into the use of deadly force by police. Their rate of police-involved deaths was five times higher than for white
The Counted: people killed by police in the United States1 Jun 2015 The Guardian has been counting the people killed by US law enforcement agencies since 2015. Read their stories and contribute to our ongoing, crowdsourced project.
More Than 250 Black People Were Killed By Police In 20167 Jul 2016 (The Guardian's figures include all deaths resulting directly from encounters with law enforcement, while the Post counts only people who were shot and killed by police.) The Post found that 34 percent of the unarmed people killed in 2016 were black males, which is quite disproportionate since black men
KING: White men killed most cops in 2016, conservatives silent NY11 May 2016 Would it shock you to learn that the number of police who've been shot and killed in 2016 is up an astounding 59% from where it was this same date last year? Seventeen police officers have already been shot and killed in 2016, by mid-May. Only 10 had suffered that fate by May 10th, 2015. The drastic
• People shot to death by US police 2017, by race StatisticThis statistic shows the number of people shot to death by the U.S. police in 2017, distinguished by race. By November 2, 2017, the U.S. police shot 159 Hispanics. Almost all victims of police shootings were male. In 2016, 923 out of 963 fatalities were men. Show more. Show sources information: Show publisher information
Black men nearly 3 times as likely to die from police use of force20 Dec 2016 Black men are nearly three times as likely to die from police use of force than whites, and Hispanic men are nearly twice as likely, a new study suggests.