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Demonstrations follow the release of an ACLU report showing black Chicagoans disproportionately stopped by police
Philadelphia residents seeking expungement say they’re denied jobs and housing over crimes they often didn’t commit
‘Stop and frisk’ policy has sparked controversy in NYC for targeting black and Latino residents
Twitter users swamp New York Police Department’s online campaign with police brutality photos
Court’s dismissal of Hassan v. City of New York disregards similarity to stop and frisk
As new commissioner mulls changes, officials from departments around country weigh in on training practices
Racial bias is structural, not merely personal, and until we think about it that way, the status quo will not change
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De Blasio will appoint independent monitor to oversee the reforms, a sharp change from the Bloomberg years
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has vowed to keep New York safe while jettisoning controversial policies like stop-and-frisk
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