stop and frisk
“We heard someone scream, ‘Hey!’ I didn’t turn around, but one of my friends did—thank God, because the person yelling was a cop with his gun drawn on us.”
Bloomberg has qualified for Wednesday's debate after coming in second to Sanders in a national poll.
In 2016, candidate Trump said: “I would do stop-and-frisk. I think you have to. We did it in New York, it worked incredibly well and you have to be proactive.”
Michael Bloomberg Finally Says Sorry for All Those Years of Stop-and-Frisk. He Was Still Defending It in January.
Six years after the practice was deemed unconstitutional, the former NYC mayor finally asked for repentance.
A new report found the city's stop-and-frisk rate has plummeted—but affects more people of color than whites.
The Republican nominee made his suggestion while speaking at a town hall in Cleveland at a predominantly African-American church in Cleveland.
Years after stop and frisk was ruled unconstitutional, a new report says many beat cops in the NYPD are clueless.
Is this going to be the end of New York's most controversial policing practice?