1,186 people were killed in interactions with police in 2022, a figure at its highest for ten years, according to the Mapping Police Violence site.
26% of these deaths are African-American, even though they represent only 13% of the population.
600 people are said to have died in the specific context of road checks since 2017, according to the association Human Rights Watch.
66 officers were killed on duty last year, according to a fund created in their memory. A figure that illustrates the importance of the subject of carrying weapons in the United States, closely linked to police violence.