New York Police Still Stopping Too Many Minorities?

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
July 14 2015

New York Police Department Is Undercounting Street Stops, Report Says (“Some New York City police officers have been stopping people for questioning but not documenting the encounters as required, calling into doubt the official accounting of a significant decline in stop-and-frisk activity, according to the first report of the federal monitor overseeing the Police Department. The finding is included in an 87-page report that was filed on Thursday morning in Federal District Court in Manhattan by the monitor, Peter L. Zimroth, who was assigned to carry out the court’s orders after its 2013 decision finding the department’s stop-and-frisk tactics to be unconstitutional.”)