So for those of you that didn't know, the New York Police Department engages in stop and frisk policies whereby a police officer can detain anyone based on "reasonable suspicion," and proceed to question and frisk that individual. In 2011, they stopped nearly 700,000 people, 87% were either black or Hispanic.
Not for nothing, about 12% of these stops resulted in arrests, and nearly 6,000 guns have been seized since 2002.
Do you support this policy?
Will this further alienate law abiding minorities and strain the relationship between the police and the community?