Posts Tagged ‘African-Americans’

77% of Stop-and-Frisks in 20th Precinct Are Minorities

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News West Side Spirit, West Side Spirit

The NYPD recently re-released citywide Stop and Frisk data from 2011 that offer hard evidence for what many opponents of the controversial policy have claimed: Almost 90 percent of all people stopped and frisked citywide in 2011 were minorities. The statistics were re-released just in time for the Federal Court trial next month that will [&hellip
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76 Percent of Stop and Frisks are Minorities in 19th Precinct

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town, Our Town

The NYPD recently re-released citywide Stop and Frisk data from 2011 that offer hard evidence for what many opponents of the controversial policy have claimed: Almost 90 percent of all people stopped and frisked citywide in 2011 were minorities. The statistics were re-released just in time for the trial in Federal Court next month that [&hellip
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Stop and Frisk Numbers Show Racial Disparities for Downtown Precincts

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

The 2011 NYPD data on the controversial policy bears out common criticism of the practice The NYPD recently re-released citywide Stop and Frisk data from 2011 that reinforce what many opponents of the controversial policy have criticized: Almost 90 percent of all people stopped and frisked citywide in 2011 were minorities. The statistics were re-released [&hellip
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