If you’re stopped by a San Diego cop, the officer is mandated to record information about you. They’re collecting what they think is your race, ethnicity, age and other details for a state analysis to identify and address instances of profiling.
KPBS Reporter Tarryn Mento says the San Diego Police Department is working on providing and analyzing the data at the local level.
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