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Life at the Epicenter of Stop-and-Frisk
Life in Sector E: Top Spots for NYPD Stops
One Sector's Stops: A Database
One Day in the Life of Stop-and-Frisk
NYPD Sued Over Stop-And-Frisk List
Why Not Ease Up
On Stop and Frisk?
More Than Words?
Bloomberg and Race
OTHER DAVIDS READY THEIR
Slings In Run For Mayor
Teens Learn Their Rights
In Time To Exercise Them
How Free? Liberties In Post-9/11 New York
For Justice System, 9/11 Aftershocks
Has Government Transparency Suffered?
Suits Vs. NYPD Move To
Challenge Stop And Frisk
After Bell Ruling, Will
NYPD Policies Change?
Is NYPD Oversight Just
Spinning Its Wheels?
Arrested Youths Demand
Better Police Treatment
IN BELL CASE, DESIRE FOR CHANGE
MEETS SLOW POLITICAL PROCESS
STOPPED AND FRISKED IN '06:
NYPD FINALLY PROVIDES STATS
POLICING EXPERTS RECOMMEND WAYS
OF AVOIDING ANOTHER BELL TRAGEDY
Department of Corrections
No precinct saw more police stops in 2011 than the 75th Precinct in East New York, Brooklyn. Within that sprawling district, one seven-by-nine block area was the site of more police encounters than anywhere else in the area. We spoke to residents about what life is like at the epicenter of a controversial law enforcement strategy.
The mayor suggested that Council proposals could lead to more murders, create deadly confusion among police officers and perhaps even make it easier for terrorists to strike the city.
City Limits analysis of NYPD data on the stop-and-frisk program in one patrol sector of East New York's 75th Precinct.
City Limits analysis of NYPD data on the stop-and-frisk program in patrol sector E of the 75th Precinct in East New York, Brooklyn.