Racial Disparity In Oakland Traffic Stops Remains Despite Police Department Changes

tOAKLAND (KPIX 5) — The number of African American people involved in traffic stops by Oakland Police has dropped nearly in half since 2016. Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick says this is real progress in the fight against racial profiling, but many in the community say it’s just a numbers game.

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