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Disrupting the Black-White Paradigm: Latino Arrests in California

Posted → Oct 08th, 2018

LPPI’s analysis of adult arrests by race and ethnicity in California between 2008 and 2017 reveals that while the number of total arrests have decreased over time, Latinos are the only racial or ethnic group to experience an increase in the share of arrests, in both misdemeanor or felony, during this time period.

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LPPI’s analysis of adult arrests by race and ethnicity in California between 2008 and 2017 reveals that while the number of total arrests have decreased over time, Latinos are the only racial or ethnic group to experience an increase in the share of arrests, in both misdemeanor or felony, during this time period.

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