NYPD Stop and Frisk Policies Face Increased Scrutiny

Jaisal Noor Jun 7, 2011

The New York Police Department is facing scrutiny over revelations that over the first three months of 2011 officers stopped and interrogated more than 150,000 people and did not charge them with a crime. For more, listen to the report from Jaisal Noor, originally published on Free Speech Radio News, below:

NYPD Stop and Frisk Policies by elizabeththendersonFor more of The Indypendent’s previous coverage on the NYPD’s racist policies, see “NYPD’s Racist Tactics Exposed,” by Jaisal Noor, from our Feb. 27, 2009 issue.

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