The Newark Police Department is going public with its "stop-and-frisk" statistics, despite the national controversy surrounding the practice. The department is the first in the country to release data from the program, including the ages, genders and races, but not the names, of those detained and arrested. In New York City, 680,000 people were searched in 2011, according to the ACLU....

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