The law banning racial profiling will require a period of adjustment in some police departments. Governor Carnahan signed the bill yesterday. It requires police departments to keep ongoing data about who they are pulling over during traffic stops. Gary Kempker, the Director of Missouri’s Department of Public Safety, says that can only be good for police, communities, and citizens. He believes much of that same information is already being tracked, but this will fill in the gaps.
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