This Commons Library briefing paper discusses police stop and search powers. It outlines a recent history of their reform and available evidence on their effectiveness at reducing and detecting crime.
— Read on commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/sn03878/
Very interesting. Listen to the Quality of Life issues, the repeat offenders, Broken Windows?
Watch as NYPD executives discuss crime statistics and recent criminal investigations.
— Read on m.youtube.com/watch
Or here: https://youtu.be/TrOc9TnMTtM
This is an interesting article than lists the State of Washington legislative bills and explains the law and its reform impact on policing.
Legislators passed a number of bills responding to concerns around policing. Let’s dig into them.
— Read on www.issaquahreporter.com/news/breaking-down-washington-police-reform-from-this-year-and-last/
Criminal Justice Commission : Overview : Statistical Transparency of Policing : State of Oregon
— Read on www.oregon.gov/cjc/stop/Pages/default.aspx
****Make sure to look at the MOTION (link) filed by the plaintiffs.
In 2013, a federal judge mandated oversight after finding that the NYPD’s racially disproportionate use of stop-and-frisk was unconstitutional.
— Read on theintercept.com/2021/07/30/nypd-stop-and-frisk-reforms-fail/
Here’s a think tank on policing, they have several different types of resources available at it’s website.
Citizens Crime Commission of New York City
— Read on www.nycrimecommission.org/index.php
A federal class-action lawsuit accuses New York police of unconstitutionally detaining people in order to run their IDs.
— Read on theintercept.com/2020/10/13/nypd-stop-frisk-warrants-lawsuit/
Annual Stop-and-Frisk Numbers:
An analysis by the NYCLU revealed that innocent New Yorkers have been subjected to police stops and street interrogations more than 5 million times since 2002, and that Black and Latinx communities continue to be the overwhelming target of these tactics. At the height of stop-and-frisk in 2011 under the Bloomberg administration, over 685,000 people were stopped. Nearly 9 out of 10 stopped-and-frisked New Yorkers have been completely innocent.
Read the 2019 REPORT
The New York City Police Department’s aggressive stop-and-frisk program exploded into a national controversy during the mayoral administration of Michael Bloomberg, as the number of NYPD stops each year grew to hundreds of thousands. Most of the people stopped were black and Latino, and nearly all were innocent. Stop-and-frisk peaked in 2011, when NYPD officers reported making
— Read on www.nyclu.org/en/publications/stop-and-frisk-de-blasio-era-2019