ACLU Sues City of Milwaukee for Racist Stop and Frisk Policy
“Data reflect that…Black drivers citywide were seven times more likely—and that Hispanic drivers were five times more likely—to be targeted for a traffic stop than white drivers.”
Donald Trump Advocates Nationwide Stop and Frisk, People Say 'Nah'
Also, one of his Ohio campaign chairs resigned after insisting there was “no racism” before President Obama.
In Lawsuit, Black and Latino Cops Say NYPD Punished Them for Saying No to Racial Profiling
Study: Where Stop-and-Frisk Goes, Trauma Follows
In the first survey of young men on stop-and-frisk’s impact on their mental health.
Bill 'CompStat' Bratton Is New York's Top Cop Again
Will Bill Bratton, the pioneer of ‘broken windows’ policing and CompStat, be able to repair the NYPD’s relationship with communities of color?
Black Man Repeatedly Arrested and Jailed for 'Trespassing' at His Workplace
Earl Sampson has been stopped and questioned 258 times, searched at least 100 times, arrested 62 times, and jailed 56 times by Miami Gardens Police, all in and around his workplace.
Watch Three Artists Reckoning with Stop-and-Frisk
In ‘American Secrets: New York City,’ artists Akil b STRANGe, MC Grizzz, and AJ Cincotta-Eichenfield produced and audiovisual response to the NYPD’s controversial policy.
Has Stop-and-Frisk Been Replaced by Youth Surveillance?
An article in today’s New York Times claims the NYPD is increasingly monitoring social media for youth gang activity.
NYPD Covertly Labels Mosques as Terrorism Organizations
Undercover documents expose extensive mosque surveillance in New York.
Mayor Bloomberg's Parody Black Son is on Twitter
It’s not an Afro–he just inherited his dad’s ego.
The Economics of Stop and Frisk
The inequitable application of our laws and unjustifiable focus of the criminal justice system on people of color has always been big business.
Stop and Frisk, South Asians and Kal Penn's Tweets
South Asian leaders oppose stop and frisk, and Kal Penn agrees.
Kal Penn Tweets in Support of Stop-and-Frisk
Actor Kal Penn calls stop-and-frisk ‘sound policy,’ says blacks and Latinos commit the most crimes
NYPD to Clear Stop-and-Frisk Names Database
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.
NYPD Officer Says 'There Are Definitely Quotas' for Arrests
An officer says on the record what supporters of the department have been denying for years.
Dispatch From Brooklyn: Fraying Patience With NYPD's Protection
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.
NYPD Breaks Down 'Stop-Frisk' Data by Precinct and Race
Earlier this week the New York Police Department released a report that breaks down its controversial stop and frisk policy by precinct and race.
N.Y. Judge Rules Part of 'Stop-and-Frisk' is Unconstitutional
Manhattan Judge Shira Scheindlin said the practice of stopping people suspected of trespassing outside private buildings in the Bronx was unconstitutional.
Class Action Lawsuit Moves Forward Against NYPD's Stop-and-Frisk
Get ready for a legal showdown.
Watch the Only Known Recording of NYPD's Stop-and-Frisk in Action
A Harlem teenager secretly recorded his encounter with NYPD officers in his neighborhood.