A Brooklyn woman claims cops arrested her for criticizing stop-and-frisk.
Commanding officers from the 77th, 78th and 88th precincts to discuss burglary fears at upcoming meeting.
In 2011, there were more than 3,000 stop-and-frisks in Forest Hills.
Hispanics accounted for over 70 percent of stops in the 33rd and 34th precincts.
Blacks make up just 8.1 percent of the residential population of the 78th Precinct.
Black and Hispanic populations make up majority of those stopped, according to the report.
Blacks made up 61 percent of the more than 17,000 people stopped and frisked in East Harlem in 2011.
More than 50 percent of the 686,000 people stop-and-frisked in 2011 were black.
The family of Ramarley Graham, whom a cop fatally shot, has filed a lawsuit against the city.
Cops must have "reasonable suspicion" of trespassing before stopping people near certain Bronx buidlings.
Matthew Swaye, 35, and Christina Gonzalez, 26, have had acquittals and dismissals in court cases.
A team of academics and locals surveyed 1,000 residents about their experiences with police.
Officer Richard Haste, 31, is charged with manslaughter for shooting unarmed teen Ramarley Graham.
Among the cases were brothers wrongly convicted of armed robbery and a girl arrested for doodling.
The City's expert witness is barred from testifying about stop and frisk's effectiveness.
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