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More than 97% of people the teams encountered in a random sample of stops were Black or HIspanic, federal monitors found.

The official said over 100 cases ‘sit idly’ as the city drags its feet; she’s considering asking a judge to intervene.

New police data highlights stop and frisk trends during Mayor Eric Adams’ first year in office.

The court will decide whether the 2nd Amendment guarantees all Americans the right to carry concealed firearms outside the home for self-defense.

The number of overall stops conducted by the NYPD reached its peak in 2011, hitting nearly 685,000. That number fell to 9,112 in 2021, a decline of 98.7%. But 29% of all stops were not properly documented.

Although her selection was history-making, Keechant Sewell will face some hefty obstacles.

If the first court-ordered monitor is a guide, it could be a long, tedious process before any real change in how the NYPD handles protests.

The NYPD has been working with the federal monitor this year to improve its investigations.

The study was led by the federal monitor overseeing the NYPD’s court-appointed stop and frisk reforms.