Sacramento is a low performance, low disparity and more populous county.
Sacramento County has some of the most representative law enforcement agencies in the state, yet it still has large racial disparities when it comes to the number of people killed by them.
Less than half of Sacramento County residents of each race feel safe all of the time in their neighborhoods, including 49% of Latinos and only 38% of Pacific Islanders.
Sacramento is one of the least disparate counties for employment, but this obscures a 12% gap (58.3% vs. 46.5%) between highest (Pacific Islander) and lowest (Black) employment rates.
Native Americans are 3.2x more likely to be exposed to the highest levels of toxic releases in Sacramento than Pacific Islanders.
Sacramento County has the lowest African-American and overall high school graduation rates in the Sacramento region (70.4%).
Black students are nine times more likely than Asian students to be suspended.