Court monitor faults NYPD’s stop-and-frisk data collection

February 16, 2016

A court-appointed monitor has called into question the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk data, finding that some officers still don't understand the rules governing the practice and that some admitted they had filled out stop-and-frisk reports "for encounters that were not stops at all."


The Center for Constitutional Rights — which was among the groups that helped sue the NYPD in 2013 — said in a statement that "the NYPD has to overhaul the way it trains, supervises, evaluates, and holds its officers accountable to the communities they serve."

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February 18, 2016