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This dive into the PPD’s stop-and-frisk data story peels back layers of a very nuanced onion

Under the El. August 8, 2016 Category: PurposeShort
This past spring, the Philadelphia Police Department released stop-and-frisk data. But it wasn’t just a bunch of raw numbers. It was contextual. It was a narrative.

But it was only law enforcement’s side of the narrative.

We took a very brief look ourselves when the data was first released in April, followed by a much more in-depth piece from sister-site Technical.ly Philly.

Now, Technical.ly has taken another look at the stories that police data dump didn’t tell.

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“The police’s marriage of narrative and data will hopefully encourage more honest public dialogue,” writes contributor Max Marin, “so long as people keep asking questions.”

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