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Teens stopped by police more likely to disengage from school, study shows

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“Police officers use their own discretion to decide which people to stop and frisk in their aim to reduce crime,” lead researcher Juan Del Toro said in a news release. “However, many of these practices result in racial disparities in policing and stop-and-frisks.
4 months ago·Washington, United States

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Teens stopped by police more likely to disengage from school, study shows

Story at a glance Researchers analyzed more than 13,000 diary entries from 387 students aged 13 to 17 across five public school districts in Pittsburgh, who submitted reports online daily over 35 d…

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Teens more likely to disengage from school after police stops

Teens who are stopped by the police are more likely to report greater disengagement from school the next day, and racial and ethnic minority youth reported more invasive police encounters than white youth, according to new research.

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Teens more likely to disengage from school after police stops

Teens who are stopped by the police are more likely to report greater disengagement from school the next day, and racial and ethnic minority youth reported more invasive police encounters than white youth.

4 months ago
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