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Washington Heights »

Hispanics accounted for over 70 percent of stops in the 33rd and 34th precincts. 

Chelsea »

Stop-and-frisk numbers in the 10th and Midtown North Precincts were lower than their neighbors.

East Williamsburg »

Blacks were stopped far more frequently than other groups in Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick. 

Mott Haven »

Nearly 18,000 people were stopped in the 40th Precinct in 2011, according to NYPD statistics.

Battery Park City »

There were 3,626 stops in Manhattan's First Precinct in 2011, according the the NYPD.

Red Hook »

Black and hispanic residents comprised a majority of those police stopped in 2011, an NYPD report found.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights' 77th Precinct logged nearly twice the stops as the 71st Precinct across Eastern Parkway.

Staten Island »

The borough's 120th precinct had more stops than both the 122nd and 123rd combined in 2011.

Upper East Side »

Black and hispanic people were stopped in far greater proportion than their white counterparts.

New York City »

Joe Lhota says he's the man to keep the city safe and fiscally sound.

New York City »

A federal judge agreed Tuesday to postpone the ban until after another hearing in a few months.

Manhattan »

Bill Thompson, who narrowly lost to Mayor Bloomberg in 2009, is back in the hunt for City Hall.

East Harlem »

Elected officials are pushing for the passage of the Community Safety Act, which would reform the policy.

New York City »

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn was booed in Harlem for suggesting Ray Kelly should stay on.

New York City »

NYPD Chief Ray Kelly talked stop-and-frisk and surveillance during an interview at the 92nd Street Y.