Special Report

States Where the Police Kill the Most People per Capita

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5. Montana
> Police killings per 100,000 people since 2013: 5.05 (total: 54)
> Worst year police killings: 2020
> Worst city for police killings Billings (total: 15)

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4. Arizona
> Police killings per 100,000 people since 2013: 5.63 (total: 410)
> Worst year police killings: 2018
> Worst city for police killings Phoenix (total: 132)

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3. Oklahoma
> Police killings per 100,000 people since 2013: 6.42 (total: 254)
> Worst year police killings: 2015
> Worst city for police killings Oklahoma City (total: 56)

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2. Alaska
> Police killings per 100,000 people since 2013: 7.11 (total: 52)
> Worst year police killings: 2020
> Worst city for police killings Anchorage (total: 13)

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1. New Mexico
> Police killings per 100,000 people since 2013: 8.16 (total: 171)
> Worst year police killings: 2016
> Worst city for police killings Albuquerque (total: 59)

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