NYPD Stop-and-Frisks Fall 34%
August 03, 2012
Photo: POLICE file
The number of police stop-and-frisks has declined a whopping 34 percent between the first and second quarters of the year, officials said Friday.
NYPD statistics show that 133,934 people were stopped by police between April 1 and June 30—34 percent fewer than the 203,500 people stopped from Jan. 1 to March 31.
Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said that some of the drop was due to the additional oversight and training that he implemented back in May.
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