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Black Drivers More Likely to be Stopped for Traffic Violations in Maplewood, Analysis Finds

The Maplewood Community Board on Police’s September 2 presentation addressed racial inequalities and other concerns discovered in a review of data from the Maplewood Police Department’s Traffic Bureau.

The presentation was part of a monthly special topics series and was hosted by Vice Chair Kasia Piekarz. She analyzed Maplewood Police . . .

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