Ranks of Bay Area police departments ...

Ranks of Bay Area police departments largely white

There are 3 comments on the Inside Bay Area story from Aug 23, 2014, titled Ranks of Bay Area police departments largely white. In it, Inside Bay Area reports that:

As the killing of an unarmed black teen by a white cop roils predominantly black Ferguson, Missouri, one of that community's challenges is replicated even in the highly diverse Bay Area: White police officers disproportionately dominate in cities with large minority populations.

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Phil Theehor

Antioch, CA

#1 Aug 24, 2014
Who in the hell would hire a ............

Pittsburg, CA

#4 Aug 24, 2014
long dong fooey wrote:
so what you libtard vigger coddlers are suggesting is,,,,,,fire 1/2 of the white force, replace them with all blacks, whether they can pass the physical, scholastic and drug tests or not and the country would be better off?
thats funny, they did a study over the last 15 years or so, and only 1 in 4 blacks killed by officers was killed by a white officer
No idiot, the point of this article is to show that there's a obvious racial bias.

Pittsburg, CA

#5 Aug 24, 2014
long dong fooey wrote:
because any time you have "large minority populations", 90 % of those minorities are criminals, 8% are star athletes and the other 2% are lazy bums that dont want to work.
The part I love the most is that those numbers are based on absolutely nothing. How about you list your sources for those " statistics ", ow wait you can't.

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