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Ferguson police chief Tom Jackson resigned today after the DOJ's scathing report
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The population of Ferguson is 67 percent Black, yet Black people account for 93 percent of the city's arrests.
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In 88 percent of instances where force was used during a police-related confrontation, a Black suspect was involved.
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Ninety-two percent of all cases involving warrants involve Black people.
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From April to September of last year, 95 percent of people who were jailed for more than two days were Black.
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The city's Black residents account for 13 of the 14 cases that involve an attack by a police dog.
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Black people account for 85 percent of traffic stops throughout the city.
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Police officers routinely emailed racist jokes to one another (using their government-issued email accounts), including one in 2008 that stated President Obama wouldn't remain president because "what Black man holds a steady job for four years?"
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Petty crimes, such as jaywalking and noise violations, were more likely to be pursued when they involved a Black resident. Ninety-five percent of jaywalkers who were issued citations were Black. Ninety-two percent of those charged with "disturbing the peace" were Black residents.
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If arrested, Black residents are 68 percent less likely than Whites to have their case dismissed.
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