More than half of police killings are not identified in this way, According to new research published The Lancet. A study of nearly 10 years of deadly police violence in the United States shows the main findings: Official data shows that deaths caused by police are significantly less reported.
To reach this conclusion, the researchers compared the government’s National Vital Statistics System (NVSS) statistics with open source databases from the nonprofit group Fatal Encounter, Mapping Police Violence and The Counted.
The researchers found that between 1980 and 2018, 55.5 percent of NVSS data died “due to police violence.” Overall, “the incorrect classification of police violence in the NVSS data is widespread.”
An overall look shows that 30,800 people have been killed by police in these decades. “This represents 17,100 more deaths than NVSS reports,” they say.
To put this in perspective, they note that, in 2019, environmental heat and cold exposure (931 deaths), testicular cancer (486 deaths), or sexually transmitted diseases (37 deaths).
Most non-Hispanic blacks were likely to be killed by police. (“Police killed blacks unequally at 3 · 5 times higher rates than whites, and also killed Hispanics and Aborigines unequally,” the newspaper noted.) Their deaths were also probably missing from the official database.
“From 1980 to 2018, the lowest reported deaths were among non-Hispanic blacks, of whom 5,670 died (5390-5970) and an estimated 9540 total deaths (9260-9830) were missing,” they reported. It is 59.5 percent incorrectly classified. The incorrect classification rate for non-Hispanic whites during this same period was 56.1 percent. For the Hispanic population (any race) it was 50 percent, and for non-Hispanic people of races other than black or white, it was 32.6 percent.
The study presents more police homicide data in recent years than in the first year, (although it is not clear whether this is a better tracking or increased act of violence). The death toll from police violence in the 1990s was 0.25 per 100,000 people. In 2010, it was 0.34 per 100,000 – an increase of 38.4 percent over the study period.
Oklahoma, Wyoming, Alabama, Louisiana, and Nebraska were the most states where police reported homicides. In Oklahoma, the incorrect classification rate was 83.7 percent and in the other four top states it was more than 70 percent.
Maryland, Utah, New Mexico, Massachusetts and Oregon are the states where at least police can report homicides.
How is it?
“Physicians are usually responsible for filling out a death certificate with a death certificate, but state law requires this to be done in the case of the murder of a medical examiner or coroner or in cases where there is a suspicion of crime or inhumane play, including police violence,” the note said. The Lancet The paper goes on:
However, only a few cities have forensic pathologists to work as corona, and in small, rural counties corona can be a physician without forensic training, sheriff or mortuary. The text field of the cause of death is filled in by the certifier; These responses are then translated into International Classification of Diseases (ICD) code by software and nosologists using code selection rules published by the WHO. According to this rule, deaths due to police violence should be classified under the Code of Legal Intervention, which seeks to arrest or arrest those who are “hit by police or other law enforcement agents, including the military on duty”. And other legal measures “. In the case of police violence, many text fields contribute to the coding process, including the causal chain that indicates the complete sequence of events leading to death and the method of death. A text field is particularly important: a department that “To describe how the injury occurred.” If this section does not mention that the deceased was killed by police, the death will not be determined by legal intervention.
Previous studies have documented that the Death Certification System regularly reports deaths due to legal intervention. Police involvement in the text field of the cause of death of the death certificate or errors in the process of assigning the ICD code, even if the death certificate shows the involvement of the police, involves reporting on a number of issues, including the coroner or medical examiner. . There is significant evidence that police violence is responsible for the incorrect classification of murders, excluding police involvement from the description of how the injury occurred. The death of a police officer may be incorrectly classified as another cause because the certifier fails to refer to the police in the “Describe how the injury occurred” section, or the certificate is incorrectly coded after verification. The “Describe how the injury happened” section is open and there is no clear indication of police involvement and a certifier may lack the knowledge or training to fill out the form correctly. There are also considerable conflicts of interest within the death investigation system that could detract from certifying police involvement, including that many medical examiners and coroners work for or are involved with the police department.
The rejection of the Boston flag gave rise to Supreme Court cases concerning religious freedom and the separation of church and state. Boston City Hall sometimes allows outsiders to fly flags from one of its poles. But the camp rejected the flag of a Christian group called the Constitution. Is it allowed? The Supreme Court will decide. More from Politico:
The dispute involves the Christian group’s desire to fly a white flag with a red cross over a blue square in the upper left corner from the 83-foot flagpole outside Boston’s city government seat. Two of the three flagpoles at City Hall were used to fly the U.S. flag (including a POW / MIA flag) and the Massachusetts state flag.
However, the city flag of Boston which usually flies from the third flag has been lowered on numerous occasions and replaced by flags of various groups or factors including homosexual arrogance and foreign countries including Albania, Italy, Portugal, Mexico, China, Cuba and Turkey. That flag contains some religious symbols.
According to the First Circuit Court of Appeals decision, alternative flags have flown at least 284 times over a 12-year period, often related to event groups held at City Hall.
But city officials rejected the Christian group’s flag on the grounds that it would allow certain religious views.
The lawsuit could “extend the court’s relatively new, six-justice conservative majority to religious groups and individuals to expand their use of public facilities to advance their views.” Politico.
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