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Lockdown fine data doesn't show complex reality, says NPCC

FIxed Penalty Notices (FPNs) data for the COVID-19 lockdown is too complex to confirm racial bias, the NPCC has claimed. The revised figures show BAME people were 1.6 times more likely to gets a ticket but police say there are too many factors involved.

Lockdown fine data doesn't show complex reality, says NPCC

Date - 27th July 2020
By - Chris Smith
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The National Police Chiefs’ Council has published its data on fixed penalty notices (FPNs) issued for COVID-19 rule infringements after a review by the Government Statistical Service. The NPCC claimed the revised data demanded by...
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