Stop and Frisk

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The law would require officers to identify themselves and explain why an individual was being stopped.

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Mott Haven locals said the cameras will help improve relations between the neighborhood and the police.

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At the same time, the Quinnipiac survey says New Yorkers are in favor of aggressive police tactics.

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Serious crime went down 2.2 percent during the first two months of 2014, NYPD statistics reveal.  

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Bill de Blasio announced new training protocols during a press conference with Bill Bratton Thursday.

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Reform advocates collected signatures from New Yorkers Saturday to expedite proposed changes.

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The city will drop the appeal once a federal court approves proposed reforms to the police tactic.

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Nearly two-thirds of voters are optimistic about the next four years even as they're divided over issues.

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The city will file a motion to vacate a federal judge's ruling, according to the city Law Department.

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Judge Shira Scheindlin, who ordered a federal monitor for the NYPD, was also removed from the case.

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Things between Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota got tense over charges of a race baiting political ad.

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The Democratic mayoral nominee made a brief stop at the 77th Precinct Community Council meeting Monday. 

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Insiders say the Republican mayoral candidate's anemic poll numbers are keeping supporters away.

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The GOP mayoral candidate said frontrunner Bill de Blasio has no idea how to properly keep the city safe.

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Part of the legendary rap group that put Staten Island on the map, U-God still loves New York.