Newark goes public with stop-and-frisk policy; praised by ACLU

Newark's new policy requires police to make public

Newark's new policy requires police to make public the race, gender and age of every person they stop and frisk in monthly reports. (July 10, 2013 10:31 PM)

Newark's new policy requires police to make public the race, gender and age of every person they stop and frisk in monthly reports.

Newark police will disclose specific information about each person they stop, including whether or not that person was frisked, why they were frisked and what the result of the search was. The number of Internal Affairs complaints received each month and the results...

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