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No Mugshot Available Marvin Baker. Sheriff Doug Cox said he was shocked by the numbers and, at first glance, questioned whether they were flawed. Cox says he hasn't fielded a complaint about a racial incident with an officer in the four years he's been sheriff. When he was an investigator, Cox said, many of the burglary investigations led to suspects in Marion County, which he said may account for the disparity. The ratio was nearly as out of balance with the Carmel Police Department, which had the fifth-highest racial disparity in Indiana.
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In Carmel, blacks are arrested at a rate of per 1, The rate for whites is 41 per 1, Carmel police issued a statement Wednesday night saying the department "does not target individuals of any nationality, race or religion. Carmel's black population stands at 3 percent but, according to departmental statistics, blacks accounted for 16 percent and 18 percent of the department's arrests in and , respectively. About 7 percent of the Carmel police force is black, said Lt. Joe Bickel.
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Across the nation, less than 5 percent of the more than 3, police departments USA TODAY examined arrested black people at rates in line with or below those of other racial groups. In Indiana, there were only two.
The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office, in southwestern Indiana, and Putnam County, just west of Indianapolis, had arrest rates for blacks lower than their portion of the population. In more than 40 percent of the nation's police agencies studied, the disparity in arrests was higher even than in Ferguson, Mo.