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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 MeasuresTraffic Stop MeasuresCrash MeasuresCrime Measures
Population% BlackMedian household incomeAverage annual safety stopsSafety stops (%)Black driver stops (%)Traffic stop rate ratioaAll crashesCrashes with injuriesFatalities from crashesIndex crimesIndex crime rateViolent crime countViolent crime rate
Intervention City
 Fayetteville203,67041%$43,88213,96843.856.82.5529818866213,3677848.11224730.5
Control Cities
 Cary155,8228%$94,617917956.518.33.82355615921451663.811588.9
 Charlotte808,83435%$55,59947,17743.450.42.722,943824116845,8406219.86243845.2
 Durham251,76139%$52,115932948.757.02.8728419793813,2336121.41758806.2
 Greensboro282,17741%$42,80221,04355.650.92.1737429305314,8735976.11767708.4
 High Point108,98233%$43,322991947.940.81.923279082357195805.5653659.8
 Raleigh441,32628%$58,64126,37444.645.02.913,67536088014,6874063.91914530.8
 Wilmington113,72418%$43,855667452.625.71.9345412983266796707.7774773.5
 Winston-Salem238,47434%$40,89813,61646.145.02.1581117984215,0267004.11690786.6
  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