suffield--326 | Officer profile

Suffield Officer 326 pulled over 164 drivers; 9 percent were minorities and 91 percent were white.

Does darkness make a difference?

During daylight, when an officer can see a driver, officers pulled over minority and white drivers at a different rate than they did after the sun went down. Minorities made up 14 percent of daylight-hour stops and 9 percent of stops when it was dark out.

Men pulled over more often than women

Officer 326
  • 73 percent of stopped drivers were men;
  • 27 percent were women.
Statewide
  • 63 percent were men;
  • 37 percent were women.

99% let off with a warning

This chart shows the outcome of stops.

Median driver's age: 32 years old

Most drivers pulled over were not local

Officer 326
  • percent were residents of the town they were stopped in;
  • 100 percent were non-residents.
Statewide
  • 28 percent were residents;
  • 72 percent were non-residents.

Reasons for stops

Statewide, speeding was the top stated reason for pulling drivers over.

Searches are rare

Statewide, police searched very few drivers. This chart shows the percentage out of all stops that resulted in officers searching vehicles driven by minority and white drivers.

When stops occurred, by hour, weekday and month

Suffield officer profiles

Select an officer from the table below to see how their stop patterns compare with the department and the state. Officer data is anonymized, with a department-provided ID instead of a name. The bars indicate the percentage the officer's total stops that involved minority drivers. Note that some officers reported very few stops, so this list is sorted by the total number of stops each officer reported.

OfficerMinority stops%Stops
321
9% 297
355
15% 186
357
12% 172
326
9% 164
114
20% 144
331
5% 108
341
5% 42
353
6% 31
354
6% 18
340
11% 18
349
6% 16
352
7% 15
347
27% 15
112
7% 14
103
15% 13
110
9% 11
356
0% 7
318
20% 5