NJ: Data detailing millions of N.J. State Police traffic stops available online for first time

NJ: Data detailing millions of N.J. State Police traffic stops available online for first time. “Residents can analyze and download information about more than 6 million stops, from the beginning of 2009 through the end of last year. The website does not name individual troopers or drivers, but it does explain why somebody was stopped, the driver’s race, if physical force was used and if any criminal charges were issued, among other details released Thursday.” I was able to access the data fine and I’m not in New Jersey; I think that’s just the way the story was written.

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