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NYPD Will Continue Stop-and-Frisk Intel Records, on Paper

July 22, 2010  | 

NYPD officers can no longer keep a giant electronic library of everyone they stop on the street - but officers can still collect names the old-fashioned way on paper, a new NYPD memo says.

The internal memo was sent out Friday, just after Gov. Paterson signed a law banning the NYPD from entering personal information of innocent people into a citywide database.

The memo reminds cops they legally can gather the intel, as long as they use a pen and paper.

Read Full Story at the NYDailyNews.com


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