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Minorities Are Still More Likely to Be Stopped by the NYPD
A new report found the city's stop-and-frisk rate has plummeted—but affects more people of color than whites.
drugs and crime
The NYPD Will Now Give 'Receipts' To the People They Stop and Frisk
The move is coming under fire from police reform advocates, who say it doesn't go far enough, and from the New York police union, which called it a “new burden” on officers
Police Tactics in ‘Active Shooter’ Situations Face Scrutiny After Ohio Walmart Killing
The case of a black man killed by white officers while shopping for a toy pellet rifle has prompted debate about whether police training and protocols sufficiently address racial stereotypes and the use of deadly force.
Mary Emily O'Hara