Despite the attention to Ferguson, Mo., about 1,600 other police departments arrest black people at rates higher than other races compared to Ferguson police, according to a new USA Today study.

And that includes some Baton Rouge areas.

Citing FBI arrest records in 2012, USA Today found the Ferguson Police Department arrested black people (186.1 per 1,000 black residents) at a rate about 2.8 times higher than non-blacks (66 per 1,000 non-black residents). That means blacks are more likely to be arrested than any other racial group in that city.

Compare that to rates of police department arrests in and around Baton Rouge.

-- Baton Rouge Police Department arrests black people (284.3 per 1,000 black residents) at a rate 2.7 times higher than non-blacks (104.8 per 1,000 non-black residents).

-- Zachary Police Department arrests black people (216.3 per 1,000 black residents) at a rate 2.7 times higher than non-blacks (80.8 per 1,000 non-black residents).

-- Port Allen Police Department arrests black people (84.9 per 1,000 black residents) at a rate 4.1 times higher than non-blacks (20.7 per 1,000 non-black residents).

-- Gonzales Police Department arrests black people (199.6 per 1,000 black residents) at a rate 1.2 times higher than non-blacks (161.6 per 1,000 non-black residents).

-- Denham Springs Police Department arrests black people (376.4 per 1,000 black residents) at a rate 1.8 times than non-blacks (212.9 per 1,000 non-black residents).

Click here to check out USA Today’s full arrest database for arrest rates in cities across the country.