COMPREHENSIVE DATA

(It's a gr♥up effort.)

The data on this and the companion pages has been gathered by Rick Hill, Fatal Encounters and Mapping Police Violence, as well as a few other public sources. I have collected this data into a single source and charted it for easy readability. If you would like to correct any information on this site, please email corrections to admin@findmarley.org or call (678) 9Marley.

Last Update:

5/27/2020
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Police Homicides YTD 2020
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Total Police Homicides Since 2000
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DEATHS BY YEAR

Police have killed nearly more than 28k people in the United States since 2000. More than 700 800 people have been killed so far in 2020. The pie graph shows our projected numbers for 2020, and actual numbers for prior years. The bar graph below show actual data in blue, and projected 2020 data in red.

2000 shows the fewest deaths, but we suggest that may be due to lack of comprehensive information from the earliest years.

2018 was the deadliest year so far, with 1854 homicides. However, 2020 is on track to beat that record with close to 2000!

AGE / RACE / GENDER

The following shows police homicides by the victims' ages, races and genders.

In our country, it is most dangerous to be 18 - 29 years of age. 
The youngest person killed by police since 2000 was just 3 days old. The oldest was  107 years of age. 

Blacks make up 12% of the U.S. population. Yet they are 21% of police involved homicides. 

CAUSE OF DEATH

The following shows police homicides by the victims' cause of death as compared to FBI 2010 statisitics.

THE DEADLIEST STATES

California is the deadliest state by far, followed by Texas and Florida.

THE DEADLIEST DAYS

These are the calendars for 2019 and 2020. To view calendars from 2000 to 2020, click here.