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Racial profiling in Buffalo traffic enforcement hard to gauge with imperfect data

The following excerpts were reprinted from a News 4 Investigates’ article. Read the full piece by Daniel Telvock. Most law enforcement agencies in New York, including the Buffalo Police Department, do not consistently collect the race of drivers ticketed…

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Buffalo Council president says racial disparity in police traffic stops does exist

The following excerpts were reprinted from a News 4 Investigates’ article. Read the full piece by Daniel Telvock. Buffalo Common Council President Darius Pridgen said he is “very familiar” with stories from constituents about racial bias from Buffalo’s…

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EPA Uses Hybrid Approach For Informal Resolution Of Rights Complaints

This article is reprinted from InsideEPA. Read full article by Dawn Reeves. EPA is seeking to move forward with a new “hybrid” approach to reaching informal resolution of Civil Rights Act complaints by allowing community members filing complaints…

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This guide assists individuals who received tickets under Buffalo’s school zone speed camera program.



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