This sounds like a study that if you removed what was being studied so that emotion was removed. We would laugh the validity of the study out of the room based on the sample size. 140 findings over 15yrs, and at a bare minimum 1000's of interactions in each of those years.
"Goyal and her team found that 140 adolescents died from police intervention from 2003 to 2018, and of those cases, 131 involved firearms, the study states. The vast majority of the victims -- roughly 93% -- were male, with an average age of 16 years."
Over 15 years with how many police interactions, 140 children of all races died. I'm sorry but that basically means that it is incredibly rare for a child to die during a police interaction.... But they decide to push on and dissect it down. Also, 131 out of 140 involved firearms. Since all officers carry a weapon, I have to assume that meant that 131 out of 140 kids killed over 15yrs were carrying a firearm. The more you read the more it sounds like we might have a problem with inner city kids getting their hands on guns, and other societal issues that push these kids towards crime and not a police killing kids(black) issue.