NYPD Urged To End Stop-And-Frisk Database

05/11/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Two City Council leaders urged Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly on Wednesday to stop keeping a database of people who are stopped, questioned and sometimes frisked in public, but who are neither arrested nor given summonses. The lawmakers, Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn and Peter F. Vallone Jr., chairman of the Public Safety Committee, also want Mr. Kelly to remove the names of those arrested but later found not guilty.


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