To put how many people U.S. police kill in perspective, it helpful to compare the death toll of Americans, to those killed by law enforcement in other countries. .
In the month of March alone, a total of 111 people were killed by police in the United States. Compare that to the grand total of the entire United Kingdom, since 1900: only 52 people have been killed by police in the past 115 years.
Granted, the U.K. is much smaller than the United States, but that is still an astronomically lower death rate for civilians in the U.K. than in the U.S.
U.S. cops kill twice as many people ever single month than the U.K. cops have since 1900.
In the U.S., March’s total is 36 more citizens killed than the previous month.