But Look at the Numbers: Using Public Data to Highlight Systemic Problems

This talk explores the process of looking at public data made by the San Diego Police department and other public sources that show an obvious story of systemic issues in searches, stops, and sadly police involved shootings.

Jay Miller

Jay Miller

Developer Advocate and DEI Community Advocate

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