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Stop and Frisk

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East Harlem »

Blacks made up 61 percent of the more than 17,000 people stopped and frisked in East Harlem in 2011.

New York City »

More than 50 percent of the 686,000 people stop-and-frisked in 2011 were black.

Edenwald »

The family of Ramarley Graham, whom a cop fatally shot, has filed a lawsuit against the city.

New York City »

Cops must have "reasonable suspicion" of trespassing before stopping people near certain Bronx buidlings.

Central Harlem »

Matthew Swaye, 35, and Christina Gonzalez, 26, have had acquittals and dismissals in court cases.

Concourse Village »

A team of academics and locals surveyed 1,000 residents about their experiences with police.

Wakefield »

Officer Richard Haste, 31, is charged with manslaughter for shooting unarmed teen Ramarley Graham.

New York City »

Among the cases were brothers wrongly convicted of armed robbery and a girl arrested for doodling.

New York City »

The City's expert witness is barred from testifying about stop and frisk's effectiveness.

New York City »

The number of guns seized has dropped during Bloomberg's administration.

Harlem »

Kelly said the policy has helped improve neighborhoods such as Harlem.

Central Harlem »

Days after Kelly slammed community leaders, Rev. Al Sharpton said the NYPD must improve efforts.

West Harlem »

Couple who filmed cops doing stop-and-frisks landed on NYPD flier calling them "agitators."

West Harlem »

Six officers show up outside Harlem couple's apartment building after anti stop-and-frisk meeting.

Central Harlem »

The NYCLU said a flier posted in the 30th Precinct station house is a safety threat to the protesters.