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Can data help make profiling a thing of the past?

Northeastern researchers Jack McDevitt and Amy Farrell, alongside Janice Iwama of American University, have agreed to develop a process for documenting traffic and pedestrian stops in Douglas County, Kansas, to determine if racial profiling exists in the county. This project is sponsored by Douglas County, Kansas. Research Assistants are Northeastern doctoral students Riley Tucker and Nate Lawshe. Full story on Northeastern News.

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