NYPD Settles "Stop & Frisk" Lawsuit

September 19, 2003
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The New York City Police Department has agreed to formalize a policy that bars its officers from stopping suspects solely on the basis of race. As part of a legal settlement, the NYPD agreed to pay out a total of nearly $170,00 to 10 plaintiffs who filed a class action lawsuit.


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