An ex-Cop Speaks Out: Don't Call It “Stop & Frisk”

Print
When I was in the New York City Police Academy (January 1992) I was introduced to a statute in the New York State Criminal Procedure Law (CPL) as part of my law class while we were being trained in arrests that can be made without an arrest warrant. The lesson was called “Stop, Question, and
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.