We Now Have Algorithms To Predict Police Misconduct
Jonathan Zong
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On a sweltering Monday in late June 2015, the city council in Charlotte, North Carolina, met to discuss, among other items in a seven-hour marathon, how to carry out a controversial new approach to predicting police misconduct. Opinions were divided, and the discussion was tense. One council member was afraid of "upsetting the troops."

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