Kansas City police have killed 47 people since 2005 and The Kansas City Star has compiled the details in an interactive, online graphic.
It is part of a project on fatal police shootings published in print on Sunday.
The graphic allows the user to search the database for race, gender and other factors.
Here’s an example:
Fritz M. LeAndre, a 19-year-old black man, was shot on Mar. 26, 2009 at 31st and Charlotte streets.
Scene: LeAndre ran a red light while speeding and almost struck a police car. He crashed into a utility pole near 31st and Charlotte streets. Police said when officers approached, LeAndre emerged with a gun in his hand. Two officers fired, killing him. The 9 mm gun was empty, but it matched shell casings at a homicide that occurred minutes before about six blocks away. The officers were white men with two years and 11 months on the force and four years and nine months.
Aftermath: A Jackson County grand jury cleared police.
Person killed: male • black • 19 | Officer(s): 2 male • 2 white • 2 yrs 11 mos, 4 yrs 9 mos