NYPD Agrees To Eliminate Stop and Frisk Database of Innocent People
- New York 08/08/2013 by Andrea Sears (WBAI)

On Wednesday the Bloomberg administration agreed to end the NYPD practice of keeping the names and addresses of people who had been stopped and frisked and either arrested or issued a summons, but later cleared.The lawsuit, Lino versus the City of New York, was filed in 2010 on behalf of hundreds of thousands of people whose names were entered into the database, and remained there indefinitely, even though they were not convicted of a criminal offense.WBAI's Andrea Sears spoke with Christopher Dunn, associate legal director of the New York Civil Liberties Union.

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