Based on the results of our annual analysis, 31 departments have been identified with statistically significant disparities. The IMRP has conducted in-depth follow-up analyses for each of the 31 departments and published our findings in supplemental reports
Connecticut’s racial profiling law and analytical program has been replicated by Rhode Island, Oregon and California
Traffic stops are the most common encounter between the public
and police, with more than 550,000 stops each year in Connecticut

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Explore Connecticut Traffic Stop Data

The Connecticut Racial Profiling Prohibition Project has partnered with the Connecticut Data Collaborative to provide access to raw traffic stop data and summary tables for each police department in Connecticut. Please visit the Connecticut Data Collaborative website below.

Latest Publications

Traffic Stop Analysis and Findings, 2017

4th annual CT Racial Profiling Prohibition Project Report (Released June 25th, 2019)

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News & Events

The Supplemental Report was released on October 18, 2018. The report includes an in-depth follow-up analysis of the 8 municipal police departments identified in the November 2017 report. A main goal for the follow-up analysis was to better understand whether statistical disparities identified in the department level analysis could be driven by specific department-wide practices or by individual officers. Ultimately the approach included in this report is a mix of previously utilized and newly developed statistical and descriptive analyses, coupled with an on-going dialogue with each department. Below are links to the press coverage:

 

   Latest police profiling report leads to something new – a thoughtful discussion

 

CCSU releases report on racial, ethnic disparities in 8 CT police departments

 

New Racial Profiling Report Focuses On Eight Connecticut Police Department

 

CT-N Recording of Report Release