Police cameras operate in mostly nonwhite communities, analysis show

In parks, near grocery stores and schools, lining streets and at intersections, police-owned surveillance cameras in the District of Columbia and Baltimore disproportionately monitor majority nonwhite areas, most of which are predominantly Black, a Capital News Service analysis has found. There are over two-and-a-half times more cameras in majority nonwhite areas, on average, than in majority ...

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