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A civilian oversight group says Minneapolis police should document the race and ethnicity of people detained by officers but not arrested.

Group wants Minneapolis police to document race in stops

A civilian oversight group says Minneapolis police should document the race and ethnicity of people detained by officers but not arrested.

The move by the Police Conduct Oversight Commission comes after a report that officers don’t usually provide details of so-called “suspicious person” stops. The report found that the race of a person stopped was noted roughly 10 percent of the time out of nearly 400 stops where officers found someone suspicious but didn’t arrest them.

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