I am pretty much on the fence here because I understand the good intentions involved. So in deciding I thought about how I would feel if I were stopped for going 5 miles over the speed limit and ended up being quizzed about my gender identity. Let's just say I would not be happy. Um, Big Brother... Then I considered the extra burden on the officers who will be drowning in paperwork. OMG. Still, the intent is good and certain aspects such as recording why someone was stopped and any use of force certainly seems relevant and probably should be routine. But overall this just seems too much. Perhaps instead of a statute that makes every officer ask all of this every time (and every citizen stopped endure it) there could be a series of "snap shots" with brief periodic data collection in the various areas of the city? Not sure, but something along these lines that would be less invasive. Additionally, officers would definitely need plenty of quality training since much of what is being suggested is invasive and marginalized populations in particular are likely to be upset and frightened by the line of questioning. And, citizens should be notified of the reason for the questioning and allowed to opt out. Data collection is important and useful, but protecting privacy matters.