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Stop and Frisk

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Civic Center »

The city will file a notice of appeal Friday against Monday's stop-and-frisk decision.

Mott Haven »

A study showed that a California police department that used cameras reduced civilian complaints.  

Civic Center »

The Democratic mayoral hopefuls rushed to align themselves with Scheindlin's decision.

Civic Center »

Thompson evoked Trayvon Martin, but cop unions feel he supports legal frisks.

Prospect Heights »

The mayor and police commissioner presided over the cadet graduation ceremony at Barclays Center.

Civic Center »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg said minorities are statistically more likely to commit crime.

New York City »

The City Council also passed the 2014 budget and overrode the mayor's veto of the paid sick leave bill.

Central Harlem »

Christina Gonzalez and Matthew Swaye were arrested last week and charged with disorderly conduct.

New York City »

Ray Kelly said that a memo urging officers to better document stop-and-frisks isn't related to a trial.

Murray Hill »

A Brooklyn woman claims cops arrested her for criticizing stop-and-frisk.

Crown Heights »

Commanding officers from the 77th, 78th and 88th precincts to discuss burglary fears at upcoming meeting.

Forest Hills »

In 2011, there were more than 3,000 stop-and-frisks in Forest Hills.

Washington Heights »

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

Park Slope »

Blacks make up just 8.1 percent of the residential population of the 78th Precinct.

Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens & Red Hook »

Black and Hispanic populations make up majority of those stopped, according to the report.