In the wake of Breonna Taylor's death, Louisville banned its police department from conducting no-knock raids. But most cities and states nationwide still allow no-knock or knock-and-announce searches. Via @insider

In the wake of Breonna Taylor's death, Louisville banned its police department from conducting no-knock raids. But most cities and states nationwide still allow no-knock or knock-and-announce searches. Via @insider
Experts have estimated that police carry out 20,000 no-knock raids across the US each year. There's no nationwide database that tracks them all, but at least 78 civilians and 13 officers died in police raids that went wrong between 2010 and 2016, according to a New York Times tally.Click the link in our bio for the full breakdown of no-knock police raid policies state by state.(Credit: @bi_graphics )#breonnataylor #noknockwarrant #police #newyork #dataviz #infographics #datavisualization #interesting #cool #instafacts #woah #picoftheday #amazing #factoftheday #map #maps #cartography #geography #usa #

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