Amid the flood of analysis that followed the NYPD’s release of data on its use of “stop, question and frisk” policing tactics, researchers recently released a survey showing widespread mistrust of police among 1,100 New Yorkers between the ages of 14 and 21. The survey was conducted by the Polling for Justice project at the [...]
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