Criminal Justice Reform News

Appeals Court Block of Stop and Frisk Changes Sends Wrong message to NYPD

An appeals court’s hold on implementing reforms to the New York City Police Department’s controversial stop and frisk practices sends a dangerous message that the Department can continue its practice of targeting Black and Latino youth for stops, according to LatinoJustice PRLDEF.

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Jacob's Story

“I’m going home to my abuela’s this weekend; I hope I don’t get stopped….”

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I Was Stopped

In 2011, the NYCLU provided a detailed report of the NYPD's stop-and-frisk program detailing the methods, statistics and impact of Stop & Frisk in the Black and Latino community. The numbers were alarming and showed that Black and Latino young men were the primary target of this broken policy. Tell the NYPD that we will not stand for this. Help us stop the frisk by telling us your story.

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