Posted November 06, 2018 04:17:22A new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute and the Brookings Institution shows that, for the first time, the number of law enforcement officers in the United States is on the rise.
The survey found that the percentage of police officers who are white is at a four-decade high, while the percentage who are Hispanic is at its lowest point since 1990.
While the numbers may be a little lower than they used to be, the rise in the number is definitely significant.
This is a new survey, and it was conducted by a different polling firm, but the results are in line with what I wrote in 2016.
I’m not entirely sure why the numbers were so low back then.
It was probably the fact that they were so high that people were hesitant to report crime.
And the number was also so high because the data was so old.
And it’s probably also the fact they were collecting data in such a short time period, so they had some of their data from before the recession.
But if you look at the data that we’ve seen in the past few years, the percentage white is now about the same as it was back in the mid-1980s, but it’s been increasing since the late 1990s.
This suggests that the police have been making progress.
In 2016, when the Pew Research Center released their survey, they found that black and Hispanic law enforcement in the U.S. was up from about 8 percent to about 11 percent over the same period.
But since the 1990s, the black and Latino share of law-enforcement officers has declined from about 30 percent to 20 percent.
But the number white law-field officers has risen.
This, in my opinion, is a pretty clear signal that there are a lot more people of color in law enforcement than there were a few years ago.
So I’m not sure why it’s so low.
What I do know is that there’s been a lot of backlash to this trend, because it’s seen as a white-only thing.
But that’s not true.
It’s actually a mixed bag.
The data that you can find from the Pew survey indicates that the racial composition of law enforcements has actually increased in the last 30 years.
The numbers show that it’s a mixed-race thing, but I would say that that’s a very good thing.
I think that’s the first sign that this is a growing trend, and I think it’s really important to understand that.
The Public Religion survey, as it’s called, found that 58 percent of the law-force officers in this country were white in 2016, compared to 43 percent of those in 2010.
That’s an increase of two percentage points, and that’s an impressive number of officers.
But I think the thing that’s really interesting is that the share of white law enforcement has been declining in every single year since 2000, and the percentage Hispanic has also declined over that same time period.
So in fact, the share that is Hispanic has actually declined over time, and this is probably because Hispanics are more likely to be of Hispanic ethnicity, so it’s less likely that they’ll be perceived as a racial minority in law-service jobs.
This would suggest that the Hispanic population of the U:S.
has actually grown in the 20 years that the Pew Survey has been done.
That suggests that there has been a change in the nature of law enforcing.
And I think this has been reflected in the demographic makeup of the police force.
I don’t think that we need to worry too much about the demographics of law officers.
We have enough officers out there, but they’re not as diverse as we’d like them to be.
So if we can’t figure out how to better integrate and understand the nature and extent of the diversity within law enforcement, we may not have a long future.
I’ve always had the view that the problem with the police is that we have a racial and gender bias, and people think that if they just have more people they’ll have more police officers, and they won’t have a problem with a greater diversity in law enforcers.
I’m sure that we can solve this problem by making sure that the law enforcer is as diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, and class as possible.
But at the same time, it’s going to take a lot to make that change happen.
It would be great to have more Hispanics in law enforceances, but at the moment, the Hispanic-white share of the overall population is just about exactly the same.
So it would be a good idea to find a way to improve the demographics and composition of the Hispanic law-agency population.