Stop and Frisk

Bill 'CompStat' Bratton Is New York's Top Cop Again

by Carla Murphy on Dec 5, 2013 12:00PM

Will Bill Bratton, the pioneer of 'broken windows' policing and CompStat, be able to repair the NYPD's relationship with communities of color?

Topics: Criminal Justice, Stop and Frisk

South Asian New Yorkers Speak Out Against Stop and Frisk

by Jamilah King on Aug 21, 2013 11:45AM

Because they're being targeted, too.

Topics: /NOW, Stop and Frisk

The Economics of Stop and Frisk

by Imara Jones on Aug 18, 2013 3:12PM

The inequitable application of our laws and unjustifiable focus of the criminal justice system on people of color has always been big business.

Topics: Stop and Frisk, Economy, Criminal Justice

Stop and Frisk, South Asians and Kal Penn's Tweets

by Rinku Sen Deepa Iyer on Aug 16, 2013 3:26PM

South Asian leaders oppose stop and frisk, and Kal Penn agrees.

Topics: Movement, Criminal Justice, Stop and Frisk

Judge Rules That NYC's Stop-and-Frisk Violates Rights, Orders Monitor

by Jamilah King on Aug 12, 2013 11:23AM

A federal judge ruled on Monday that the New York City Police Department's Stop-and-Frisk policy unlawfully targeted people on the basis of race.

Topics: /NOW, Criminal Justice, Stop and Frisk

NYPD to Clear Stop-and-Frisk Names Database

by Von Diaz on Aug 8, 2013 11:33AM

The New York Civil Liberties Union reached an agreement with New York City yesterday to remove the names of people whose cases were dismissed after being stopped.

Topics: /NOW, Stop and Frisk

Is Obama Poised To Create Stop-and-Frisk Nation?

by Brentin Mock on Jul 18, 2013 1:51PM

Amidst national debates around racial profiling, Obama endorses the head cheerleader for stop-and-frisk policies to head Homeland Security.

Topics: /NOW, Stop and Frisk, National Security

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly 'Wanted to Instill Fear' in Black and Latino Men

by Jorge Rivas on Apr 3, 2013 11:08AM

The testimony of a New York state senator in landmark trial reveals the commissioner's stop-and-frisk intentions.

Topics: /NOW, Stop and Frisk, Politics

Video Exclusive: David Floyd on Why He Sued NYPD

by Seth Freed Wessler Jay Smooth on Mar 25, 2013 6:00AM

Hours before he left the country for medical school, Colorlines.com caught up with David Floyd, the man who put his name on the biggest stop and frisk suit around. Here's why he put himself on the line for this federal case.

Topics: Stop and Frisk, Criminal Justice

Dispatch From Brooklyn: Fraying Patience With NYPD's Protection

by Jamilah King on Mar 18, 2013 11:03AM

As the department's stop-and-frisk program heads to court this week, the scene in Flatbush reveals just how tired many communities have become of the city's policing style.

Topics: Dispatches, Criminal Justice, Stop and Frisk