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  • Study examines racial disparities in Vermont policing

    NECN - 02/15/2012

    L’Esperance was at the presentation of a new Northeastern University study that examined troopers’ responses to traffic stops between July 2010 and June 2011. The analysis of nearly 50,000 stops showed the vast majority of drivers who were pulled over were white: more than 95 percent of the total number of traffic stops. That’s logical in a mostly-white state.

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