Police Killed More People in Franklin County Than Anywhere Else in Ohio

rate of police shooting fatalities in Franklin County is 4.81 deaths per 1 million people, higher than the national average of 2
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A new data analysis shows that Franklin County has the highest rate of any Ohio county for deaths at the hands of police.

The rate of police shooting fatalities in Franklin County is 4.81 deaths per 1 million people, higher than the national average of 2.99.

Franklin County had the 18th-highest rate of police shooting fatalities out of the country’s most populous 100 counties.

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