Tuesday, February 14, 2012

NTCLU Analysis Reveals NYPD Street Stops Soar 600% Over Course of Bloomberg Administration

The New York Police Department stopped and interrogated people 684,330 times in 2011, by far the highest total since the Police Department began collecting data of its troublimg stop-and-frisks since that year, the first year of the Bloomberg administration, when there were only 97, 296 stops, according to NYCLU report.


video by Rafael Martínez Alequín
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