Library and Archives
The following are traffic and pedestrian stop data collection reports that have been released by different jurisdictions and community groups. These reports are sorted by date. To view reports by jurisdiction, go to the Jurisdictions Currently Collecting Data page and click on the relevant state.
Note: This section includes only reports analyzing actual data collected by law enforcement agencies. If you are looking for a report that outlines the process of data collection analysis, analyzes racial profiling concerns and challenges in a given jurisdiction, or involves a more general discussion of data collection issues, the report will be posted elsewhere on the site.
- Rhode Island Traffic Stop Statictics 2004-2005 Final Report. Dr. Amy Farrell, Dean Jack McDevitt. May 04, 2006.
This study addresses the questions about the existence of racially biased traffic enforcement practices and takes a comprehensive analysis of the 288,483 traffic stops made in Rhode Island during the study period of October 1, 2004- September 30, 2005. The Executive Summary of the Report contains an overview of relevant findings, and the Technical Report contains more information about the data used in the Final Report.