Report: Minorities Much More Likely to Be Frisked by NYPD

May 2010

An analysis of police department data found blacks and Latinos were nine time as likely as whites to get stopped and frisked by New York City police last year, but they were no more likely to get arrested. Darius Charney, with The Center for Constitutional Rights, says these so-called stop and frisks can hurt police relationships within a community.


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June 3, 2010