How The Modern Police Policiez Are Rooted In “OLD SOUTH” Slave Codez

Moorbey'z Blog

by Damon K. Jones

As the entire law enforcement world is watching the ongoing court cases of the controversial and recently ruled unconstitutional NYPD policy “Stop N Frisk”. A recent report in Newsday said that many police commands in Westchester support the controversial policy of “Stop N Frisk”.

According to the New York Civil Liberties Union, no research has ever proven the effectiveness of the policy of “Stop N Frisk”. Guns have been found in less than 0.2% of all stops, while 88% of those searched have been innocent of any crime. In Park Slope (Brooklyn) alone, blacks and Latinos made up 24% of the population, but constituted 79% of all stop and frisks in 2011.

With overwhelming statistics, we should ask, are there any racial undertones in the creation of police policies like “Stop N Frisk”? If we look closer to the historical relationship between law enforcement and the…

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