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Table 1 Fayetteville and control agency demographics, traffic stops, crashes, and crime

From: Re-prioritizing traffic stops to reduce motor vehicle crash outcomes and racial disparities

  Demographic Measures Traffic Stop Measures Crash Measures Crime Measures
Population % Black Median household income Average annual safety stops Safety stops (%) Black driver stops (%) Traffic stop rate ratioa All crashes Crashes with injuries Fatalities from crashes Index crimes Index crime rate Violent crime count Violent crime rate
Intervention City
 Fayetteville 203,670 41% $43,882 13,968 43.8 56.8 2.5 5298 1886 62 13,367 7848.1 1224 730.5
Control Cities
 Cary 155,822 8% $94,617 9179 56.5 18.3 3.8 2355 615 9 2145 1663.8 115 88.9
 Charlotte 808,834 35% $55,599 47,177 43.4 50.4 2.7 22,943 8241 168 45,840 6219.8 6243 845.2
 Durham 251,761 39% $52,115 9329 48.7 57.0 2.8 7284 1979 38 13,233 6121.4 1758 806.2
 Greensboro 282,177 41% $42,802 21,043 55.6 50.9 2.1 7374 2930 53 14,873 5976.1 1767 708.4
 High Point 108,982 33% $43,322 9919 47.9 40.8 1.9 2327 908 23 5719 5805.5 653 659.8
 Raleigh 441,326 28% $58,641 26,374 44.6 45.0 2.9 13,675 3608 80 14,687 4063.9 1914 530.8
 Wilmington 113,724 18% $43,855 6674 52.6 25.7 1.9 3454 1298 32 6679 6707.7 774 773.5
 Winston-Salem 238,474 34% $40,898 13,616 46.1 45.0 2.1 5811 1798 42 15,026 7004.1 1690 786.6
  1. aTraffic stop rate ratio is White non-Hispanic to Black non-Hispanic drivers adjusted to travel denominators instead of residential denominators. Average annual data from pre-intervention period (2002–2012). Abbreviations: MHHI Median household income