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In Britain, after the assassination of George Floyd, shouted: "Black lives matter".
This is not the only way of looking at the numbers.
It is a different picture, if you look at, what is the percentage of People arrested, at the end of die in police custody.
Of those arrested, 79% were white, and 85% of those who had died in the detention-and-white.
But between 2009-10 and 2017-18, there were no ethnic breakdown on the use of force, in custody deaths.
in The Past two years, it has. The figures show that of the 39-custody-deaths:
The IOPC says about the law of total deaths, "does not necessarily mean that the use of violence contributed to the death." It says that the Mental Health or drug and alcohol problems factors. In 2018-19, almost two-thirds of the detention-deaths that have been directly with the noise.
was shared on both sides of The Atlantic , the same pain, the anger and the desire for justice, as harrowing footage of George Floyd, killed an unarmed Black Man in broad daylight, after a white Police Officer spread knelt on his neck for almost 9 minutes, over The Internet .
But the institutional structures do not hold together, the two countries are identical, and many People will be again, what on the UK's very own uncomfortable history.
this, However, was race, especially in relation to Mental Health issues.
"The stereotyping of young Black men as "dangerous, violent and volatile' has long been a cliché is deeply rooted in the minds of many in our society. People with Mental Health needs even before the stereotype of the mentally ill as "mad, bad and dangerous'," says the review.
The Angiolini report says that deaths in custody are part of a wider issue for minorities.
It came almost 20 years after, came to the conclusion that the Metropolitan Police was "institutionally racist".
This request led to the review of The Police disciplinary system to investigate enhanced powers to police and an internationally groundbreaking law forced all public institutions for the promotion and improvement of racial equality.
The latest statistics from the Ministry of interior and Ministry of justice show:
Mr Lammy said at The Time that, while the People were from ethnic minorities, are beginning to break through many obstacles, such as education, work, and representation, the "justice against the trend".
"Those responsible in court and are punished disproportionately likely to be brought still come from minorities. "
In response, the government is committed to the publication of More data on race and ethnicity, even to the work of the courts, victims, and offender management. In addition, The Race and ethnic origin-of the Board was that would be the monitoring of the implementation of the recommendations by the Executive Board.