Who gets treated better by the police? Who gets treated worse? - Barking up the wrong tree
Ottway Ducard stashed this in interesting
...white women were most likely to receive a perceived benefit in a traffic stop, such as receiving only a warning or no outcome at all. But the same is not true for black and Hispanic women, who were just as likely as white men to be ticketed, arrested or searched instead of receiving a warning or no outcome.
Black and Hispanic men were the most likely to be ticketed, arrested or searched during a traffic stop. Black men were 2.5 times as likely as white men to be arrested and twice as likely to be searched. Hispanic men were 1.5 times as likely as white men to receive a ticket and more than three times as likely to be searched.
White women are most likely to get a perceived benefit. Who knew?
All who've been to tech parties in SF, ha.