Identifying Cities or Countries at Risk for Police Violence

  title={Identifying Cities or Countries at Risk for Police Violence},
  author={Benedict Emesowum},
  journal={Journal of African American Studies},
  • Benedict Emesowum
  • Published 1 June 2017
  • Political Science
  • Journal of African American Studies
Police violence is a persistent epidemic plaguing many parts of America for a couple centuries. Police violence is a public health problem. The main principles of public health are to prevent, promote, and protect which is quite similar to the goals of the police. This article analyzes how we can mathematically identify cities and countries at risk for police violence. Analysis of eight selected countries show Brazil with the highest risk and Iceland with the lowest. As for six selected US… 
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