Police Bias

"We often say that we want our students to be engaged, and this is what that looks like. " ~ UAlbany spokesperson
Composite Image by Dave Lucas (ualbany/twtter)

Members of the University at Albany campus community are reacting to the arrest of a visitor of color last week. 

Bias report lead author Stephanie Seguino
Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist / University of Vermont

According to a study by University of Vermont researchers, black and Hispanic drivers in Vermont are more likely than white motorists to be searched by police during traffic stops.

Bias report lead author Stephanie Seguino
Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist / University of Vermont

A University of Vermont study released Monday shows racial disparities in how police officers from around the state treat drivers based on their race.