Deaths in police interactions, 2013-2020 — MAP

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Deaths involving interactions with police show a high percentage of Black people — nearly 20 percent, while only 12 percent of the population in the Las Vegas valley is Black.

Data gathered for the years 2013-2020 by mappingpoliceviolence.org has been used by the group to promote activism following George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis. But the cases themselves offer a good look at what has happened in the valley over the past seven years.

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Mappingpoliceviolence.org did not respond to a request for comment on the data.


State of Metro:

In a five-day series, 8NewsNow looks at reform in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, and the questions raised by Black Lives Matter protests.

The series:

Nov. 16: (overview): I-Team: Metro police face-to-face with racial tensions in Las Vegas
Nov. 16: I-Team: Examining how Metro stacks up when it comes to police reform policy changes
Nov. 16: State of Metro: By the numbers
Nov. 17: I-Team: Black police officers are in the middle as protests flare, challenges grow
Nov. 17: I-Team: Black police officers set national example for community service
Nov. 18: I-Team: Use of Force Board gives citizens an inside voice in Las Vegas police matters
Nov. 18: I-Team: 2019 death of Byron Williams brings attention to Metro policies on use of force
Nov. 19: I-Team: ‘We don’t use any virtual reality,’ Metro trains using real-life scenarios
Nov. 19: I-Team: Police hiring is crucial to building a force Las Vegas can trust
Nov. 20: I-Team: ‘There’s nobody that dislikes a bad cop more than a cop,’ sheriff says
Nov. 20: Deaths in police interactions, 2013-2020 — MAP
Nov. 20: I-Team: Metro reaction to police protests mirrors progress, willingness to change

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