NYC Police Street Stops Down Sharply, Monitor Finds

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Street stops by New York City police officers have plunged since 2011, and a statistical analysis by a federal monitor concludes that the racial disparity in stops is narrowing, the New York Times reports. The analysis examined stops from 2013 to 2015 after criticism of the high rates of stops in black and Hispanic neighborhoods had led to the start of a drastic decline . . .

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